Why UK securitization is under threat

At a time when the UK economy needs every trick in the book to stay healthy, a weakened securitization market would be a serious blow. In this month’s IFLR, Ian Field and Jennifer Marshall of Allen & Overy, London, argue that just such a blow could be about to land. The proposed UK law on insolvency will, they say, create confusion over the right of secured creditors in structured finance issues to appoint a receiver. Without this, such deals would become almost impossible

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