Securitisation has been commonly used for a variety of financial transactions ranging from the securitising of loan books to real asset holding such as aircraft. Lord Hill, EU commissioner, has announced an intention to reconsider the EU’s approach to securitisation and identify elements where the regulatory burden for investors can be lightened, but Ireland already has provisions which make it a popular location for securitisation vehicles.
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