A flowering of opportunities

Erb, Debra
January 1998
Mortgage Banking;Jan98, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p94
Discusses the export-potential of asset securitization worldwide. Projected housing demand in Asia in year 2004; Three types of asset securitization in the world; Risks involved in determining the rating and level of credit enhancement for developing country securitizations; Efforts to lower barriers in foreign investment and trade in financial services worldwide.


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