Summary of Global Structured Finance Year In Review: 2016

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Global Structured Finance Year In Review: 2016 summary
Global structured finance markets provided an assortment of positives and negatives in 2016.

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7 Overall

7 Importance

8 Innovation

7 Style

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Structured finance markets, consisting of complex collateralized securities, shrank in issuance volumes in 2016, due largely to declines in the United States. But the downdraft did not cover all geographies or product lines. Investment professionals at S&P Global Market Intelligence dissect and scrutinize global structured finance markets’ 2016 performance and 2017 prospects. getAbstract recommends their robust analysis to investors and market participants interested in assessing the condition of the world’s securitization markets.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How structured finance markets fared in 2016 and
  • What their prospects are for 2017.
 

Summary

In 2016, the global issuance volume of complex collateralized securities – asset-backed securities (ABS), commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS), collateralized loan obligations (CLO) and residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) – fell 5% from their 2015 levels, to $652 billion. Continuing...
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