Why Canadian securitization needs legal evolution

Growth in the Canadian securitization slowed dramatically last year but there are grounds for optimism in favourable treatment by the courts and the growth of products such as extendable commercial paper as a liquidity substitute. Martin Fingerhut of Blake, Cassels & Graydon, Toronto, looks at the market’s future

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