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Past Event
4 December 2014
PLI New York Center
1177 Avenue of the Americas, (2nd floor)
New York, New York


  • Stuart M. Litwin
    T +1 312 701 7373

PLI’s New Developments in Securitization 2014

Why you should attend

As the securitization world continues to emerge from the financial crisis, it faces a continuing flow of new regulation and, in some cases, uncertainty. Some asset-backed securities (ABS), collateralized mortgage obligations (CLOs), and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) markets are experiencing robust activity, with issuance volumes steadily rising. Other markets such as residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) are slower to reemerge. The regulatory landscape continues to be unclear, although significant new regulatory developments have occurred in certain areas.

At this program you will receive an intensive and comprehensive introduction and update on what legislative and regulatory actions and initiatives are underway and what market responses can be expected.

What you will learn

  • Learn about new legislative and regulatory developments:
    • Financial regulatory, securitization and derivatives reform, including Dodd-Frank implementation and rulemaking
    • Developments in risk retention
    • The impact of new U.S. risk-based capital rules
  • Hear an overview of activity in securitization markets and responses to new regulations

Who should attend

Attorneys at law firms, corporations, investment banks, investment funds, and other financial institutions dealing with asset-backed securities or structured products. Business professionals who are involved in the securitization process.

Mayer Brown partner Stuart Litwin will speak on a panel titled “Overview of Other Securitization Markets.”

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