Sixth Finance Dublin Securitisation Conference
Venue: The Burlington Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Nov 26, 2007||End Date/Time: Nov 27, 2007|
New methods of improving transparency, a new approach to ratings, implications for the development of products, and new products are among the seminal issues that will be dissected, debated and discussed at the conference.
There will be profound implications of the great 2007 liquidity crisis for global servicing - as regulatory scrutiny rises, and legal challenges and arbitration rises, legal expertise will be called upon more than ever. Investment challenges will see the credit rating norms for structured finance transformed, the investor base transformed, new sources of finance tapped, and new demands - and opportunities - arising for trustees, master servicers, and credit risk managers to provide the needed improvement of transparency the global ABS markets will need to properly recover.
The 2007 credit crisis will produce a product revolution, spurring the biggest burst of iinnovation seen since the late 1990s, transforming traditional products such as CDOs, and speeding the evolution of spread and market value-based structures such as CPPIs and CPDOs.
If, as we predict, the credit markets settle back over the next nine months, pent up demand from investors for quality credit products, combined with a back-log of deals which failed to llaunch in 2007, should mean that 2008 will be an increasingly busy year.