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Report Says Continuing Diversity In German Securitization To Increase Market Maturity Jan 07
Standard & Poors, January 2007
FRANKFURT (Standard & Poor's) Jan. 31, 2007-Although it will be difficult for German structured finance to maintain the dizzying growth it showed in 2006, expectations are that volume in 2007 will broadly be in line with that of the past year, according to an Outlook Report published today by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services. "Overall growth in asset classes will compensate for the lack of jumbo transactions, which boosted growth in 2006," explained credit analyst Volker Laeger. The number of transactions, as well as total volume of risk transfer of public term transactions grew to record highs in 2006. "CMBS was a main driver of this growth, with increased volumes of -27 billion, from -4.5 billion in 2005," Mr. Laeger...
Companies mentioned in this report are: E-MAC DE 2006-II B.V.
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E-MAC DE 2006-II B.V.