10 Jun 2019

The EU Securitisation Regulation – where are we now?

In this briefing we consider some of the open questions as to the scope of the new EU Securitisation Regime and how to comply with it

Securitisations where new securities have been issued on or after 1 January 2019 are subject to the EU Securitisation Regulation, which, together with its related binding technical standards, guidelines, questions and answers and parallel changes to the Capital Requirements Regulation (the CRR), comprise the EU’s new securitisation regime. Partly because there are inherent ambiguities within the Securitisation Regulation itself and partly because the majority of its implementing measures have still not been finalised, the securitisation regime continues to raise compliance challenges.

In this briefing we consider some of the open questions as to the scope of the regime and how to comply with it. For a discussion on the STS regime, see our separate briefing.


the-eu-securitisation-regulation-where-are-we-now.pdf

Contact Information
Caroline Phillips
Partner at Slaughter and May
London
Guy O'Keefe
Partner at Slaughter and May
London
Richard Jones
Partner at Slaughter and May
London