The IACPM responds to the PRA's Discussion Paper DP3/23 - Securitisation: Capital Requirements.
The IACPM has submitted an individual and joint letter with ITFA to the US Agencies on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on the Regulatory Capital Rule: Large Banking Organizations and Banking Organizations with Significant Trading Activity.
Recently, several positions have been taken in the press or in letters to the US Agencies, urging the federal regulators to scrutinize the risks associated with synthetic securitizations allowing banks to reduce their capital requirements.
Many survey participants in the newest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey believe the euphoria seen in global financial markets the last two months of 2023 was overdone.
IACPM is pleased to respond to the PRA’s Consultation Paper CP15/23 and the FCA’s Consultation Paper 23/17.
The IACPM, in recognition of its SRT regulator-investor roundtables, was very pleased to have received an Honourable Mention in the Innovation of the Year category at this year's Structured Credit Investor Capital Relief Trades Awards.
Responding to the latest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey as 10-year US Treasury yields were surging higher and before an unexpectedly strong US employment report was released or war in Israel broke out, participants forecast the worst is yet to come in terms of credit problems.
IACPM responds to the Financial Stability Board invitation for feedback on the effects of G20 financial regulatory reforms on securitisation.
The IACPM has submitted a response letter to Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi) consultations on the initial criteria for financial institutions to set science-based net-zero targets as well as the draft fossil fuel finance position paper.
IACPM responds to the EBA on the Guidelines on the STS criteria for on-balance sheet securitisation