The US Securities and Exchange Commission has issued proposed Securities Act Rule 127B prohibiting certain conflicts of interest in securitization transactions. Rule 127B applies to both public and private offerings of asset-backed securities, including synthetic asset-backed securities. Unless the adopting release provides otherwise, Rule 127B will become effective upon the issuance of the final rule. Please join Carol Hitselberger and Chris Horn in a review of the proposed rule and a discussion of its potential impact including:

  • General Definitions and Scope of the Securities Act Rule 127B
  • Legal Issues and Considerations
  • Impact of the Rule on the Securitization Market

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