Welcome to Arizona: New trade group to be rolled out at IMN event

Tempkin, Adam
February 2002
Asset Securitization Report;2/4/2002, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p3
Reports on the holding of two asset-backed securities (ABS) conferences, IMN/Fabozzi's ABS West 2002 and SRI's Asset Securitization Symposium, in Arizona in February 2002. Breadth of global diversity represented by market participants; Focus of bankers on investor and issuer dinner parties; Roll out of U.S.-based securitization trade group American Securitization Forum.


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