The SEC and various regulators have issued a much anticipated set of proposed rules requiring securitization sponsors to retain a portion of the credit risk in the assets that they securitize. Please join partners Brad Keck and Kevin Hawken as they address the proposed risk retention regulations under the Dodd-Frank Act, including comparison with the European risk retention rules that went into effect at the beginning of this year.
- General Definitions and Scope of Dodd-Frank
- Exemptions from Retaining Risk
- How to Satisfy Risk Retention
- Impact of the Rules on the Securitization Market
- Comparison and Intersection with EU CRD Article 122a
Of Related Interest
Overview of the Proposed Credit Risk Retention Rules for Securitizations
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