EU rules threaten sovereign securitization

Europe's statistical body is the latest group to show its suspicion of structured finance, setting rules that treat sovereign securitizations differently from other types of state- guaranteed deals. Yannis Manuelides of Allen & Overy explains why Eurostat is wrong

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