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Global ABS 2014

Event : Global ABS 2014

Tue, 10/06/2014  
Conducted by : IMN – Information Management Network
Contact : Matt Gessel

This year's new venue at the Barcelona International Convention Centre features ample meeting space, nearby client entertainment, and convenience as a major transportation hub.

Please join us as we further engage with the regulatory community, participate in key policy and client networking discussions, and continue to focus on ways to rebuild the European securitisation market for sound growth and performance in the future.
In addition, the conference will explore and discuss other current issues concerning the state of the securitisation market and the financial sector as a whole.

Sample of topics to be covered: 
Assessing The Effectiveness of Global Regulations
Assessing the Outlook for ABS Amid Continued Euro Zone Instability
Outlook for the European RMBS Market
European Auto Loan and Lease Sector Review
European CRE Finance Overview
Esoteric ABS and Emerging Asset Classes
Market Transparency: Loan Level Data and Disclosure Developments
ABS Investor Roundtable
European CLO and Leveraged Loan Market Update
Credit Ratings Agency Regulatory Developments
Outlook for the Peripheral Economies (Spain, Italy, Ireland, Greece)
Risk Based Capital Regulatory Developments
Solvency II
The PCS Initiative

 


features
Article

Fund managers and investors are in a tug-of-war over the issue of transparency. Once content with a performance update, basic valuation and general market commentary, Limited Partners (LPs) are now digging deeper, asking more questions and requiring more information from General Partners (GPs) than ever before. ... »

Special report
How to Access Europe using third party AIFMs

Read how managers seeking to distribute in Europe can appoint a third party AIFM (or ManCo), and the fund distribution benefits this can bring, both for new fund launches and redomiciled funds... »

Comment
Richard Hoey, BNY Mellon

Global gross domestic product (GDP) growth should accelerate somewhat in 2015 and 2016 from the pace of the last three years because of much lower oil prices, the avoidance of special drags on the world economy, and continuing easy monetary policies from global central banks, according to  BNY Mellon Chief Economist Richard Hoey. Hoey (pictured) made the comments in his February outlook.  ... »

Article
Christiopher Elvin, Preqin

55% of private equity firms surveyed by Preqin at the end of 2014 stated they would deploy greater levels of capital in 2015, although 39% suggested it is more difficult to find attractive investments. Preqin’s Christopher Elvin comments: ... »

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