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Risk Retention and Stockholm Syndrome

After three years of waiting, we now have our Risk Retention Rule. All six of the Agencies responsible for the Rule – the FDIC, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Office of the Comptroller of the...more

10/27/2014 - ABS Asset-Backed Securities Dodd-Frank FDIC Federal Reserve FHFA HUD OCC Risk Retention SEC Securitization

Risk Retention Follies - Part Deux

Well, Halloween has come and gone and with the annual bacchanal of faux frisson over zombies, vampires and the like behind us, can we also put away risk retention anxieties like one of those annoying and morally disturbing...more

11/22/2013 - Capital Formation Commercial Real Estate Market FDIC Federal Reserve FHFA Financing HUD Investors Mortgages OCC Risk Retention SEC

Risk Retention Re-proposal: The Good, Bad, Ugly And Unintended

The new Risk Retention Rule published jointly by the FDIC, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Securities Exchange Commission, with a little help from...more

10/8/2013 - FDIC Federal Reserve FHA HUD Qualified Mortgage Rule Risk Retention SEC

The Consequences of a Failed Banking Union

I told the Blog team that I had sworn off writing about Europe for a while; but really. The FT opinionized last week that the EU ministerial decision to agree on a standard “bail-in” to fix broken European banks was a good...more

7/12/2013 - Bailout Banks Economic Downturn EU FDIC Foreign Banks

Why Does Everyone Want to Make Me Keep Thinking About Risk Retention

At last count, we now have four separate risk retention regimes (maybe five) that we need (or will soon need) to deal with as we attempt to restructure any securitization. They are, of course, all different. And let’s be...more

6/27/2013 - AIFMD Dodd-Frank European Banking Authority FDIC Risk Retention Safe Harbors Venture Capital

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