As anticipated, Japan’s Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) has released its final risk retention rule (in Japanese) in substantially the same form (including as to grandfathering) as FSA had previously published last December. Our chart comparing the Japanese proposal with existing EU and US risk retention requirements is here. FSA has also released related FAQs as well as responses to comments received.

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