Skip to main content

Past Event
29-30 November 2012


  • Stuart M. Litwin
    T +1 312 701 7373

PLI’s New Developments in Securitization 2012

November 29-30, 2012

PLI New York Center
810 Seventh Avenue at 53rd Street (21st floor)
New York, New York 10019
(Also available via Webcast)

Why you should attend

As the securitization world begins to emerge from the financial crisis, it faces an onslaught of new regulation and uncertainty. Many transactions have been downgraded and have suffered unforeseeable losses.  Additionally, investor confidence in structured products has been badly shaken. Moreover, many transactions have been subject to restructurings and litigation of various types. Will these reforms be sufficient to restore investor confidence?

At this program, you will receive an intensive and comprehensive introduction and update on what solutions are being pursued in the market and what legislative and regulatory actions and initiatives are underway.

What you will learn

  • Learn about new legislative and regulatory developments:

      • Financial regulatory, securitization and derivatives reform, including Dodd-Frank implementation and rulemaking, and Reg AB II
      • FDIC securitization safe harbor reforms
      • FAS 166/167 and other accounting changes
      • The impact of Basel III
      • Rating agency reform; changes in rating agency criteria
      • Structured products litigation update

  • Learn about solutions being pursued in the market and new areas of opportunity:

      • Resurgent asset classes and related opportunities
      • Vehicle restructurings
      • Other financing options
      • Resolving disputes between classes of the same issue
      • Government sponsored and esoteric ABS

Mayer Brown partner Stuart Litwin will present on a panel on Day Two titled “New Developments in Traditional ABS (Auto, Equipment Loan and Lease, Student Loan and Credit Card Securitizations).”

For more information and to register please click on the button below.

The Build a Report feature requires the use of cookies to function properly. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently. If you do not accept cookies, this function will not work. For more information please see our Privacy Policy

You have no pages selected. Please select pages to email then resubmit.