A higher state of consciousness
Corrado Angelelli and Sebastiano Bottio take a look at the developments in the legal system aimed at aiding the Italian securitisation market, which allowed it to prosper throughout 2002
The Italian securitisation market came of age during 2002, both in terms of the volume of credit risk transferred and in terms of diversification in structures and deal types, a fact noted by rating agencies and financial analysts after several years of steady growth.
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