The Australian Securitisation Forum is the leading industry body representing participants in the securitisation and covered bond markets.

We are focused on promoting, protecting and strengthening the Australian market, to build investor confidence and drive sustainable growth for our members.

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The ASF’s submission to New Zealand Crown Treasury on the ‘regulatory perimeter’ proposals in Phase 2 of the Reserve Bank Act Review was successful, with the result that there should be no general &...
On 12 August, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand published a summary of submissions in response to its second consultation released in November 2018.  It includes a summary of the key issues remaining with the rega...
The ASF benchmark reform working group has been finalising an industry guideline definition of BBSW and standard risk disclosure language for temporary and permanent unavailability of BBSW. This will be made publicly...
The ASF office has relocated to Level 32, 200 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000.  The new ASF general contact number is +61 (0)2 8277 4141 and the general email address remains asf@securitisation.com.au.  Prim...
On 1 May 2019, APRA released a letter to non-ADI lenders detailing amendments to the Economic and Financial Statistics (EFS) data collection, relating to the consolidation of securitisation special purpose vehicles (...
The ASF has been collaborating with AFMA on the strengths and weaknesses of 1M BBSW as a long-term interest rate benchmark having formed a collaborative working group between ASF, AFMA, APLMA and FTA.   In ...
The European Energy Efficient Mortgages Initiative (EEMI), supported by the European Commission, was established as a European sustainable finance framework to help foster demand for energy efficient mortgages and ul...
On 23 May, the Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM) released for public comment its draft guiding investment principles for ABSF investment.  The guiding investment principles are intended to be &ldq...

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Australian Securitisation Journal

The Australian Securitisation Journal (ASJ) is the official journal of the Australian Securitisation Forum. The ASJ is published by KangaNews on a semi-annual basis.

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