Colomer, Nora
June 2013
Asset Securitization Report;Jun2013, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p12
The article discusses the small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) which is an alternative to bank funding, and plays a big role in Europe's economy. It explains that the European Central Bank is looking for the SME securitization and believes that this process can boost the European economy and bring down the high unemployment rate. It also suggests that the government should take away the capital risk from SME lending from banks.


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