RBNZ extends consultation on new mortgage bond standard


The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is extending the consultation period for the proposed mortgage bond standard.

The new standard is aimed at supporting confidence and liquidity in the New Zealand markets. Consultation began in November.

Following requests from stakeholders, the Reserve Bank has extended the consultation period by two weeks. Feedback is now due by 5.00pm on 8 March 2019.

Submissions and a response to submissions will be published soon after consultation closes. The timeline for implementation will be updated when final decisions are made. The Reserve Bank is proposing a five-year implementation timeline.

The Reserve Bank has also published a draft template to assist banks to provide loan level data under the proposed mortgage bond standard.

More information:


What's On

Upcoming courses, seminars and networking opportunities for your professional development

MAR

19

Securitisation Fundamentals course

Auckland

MAR

27

Member Briefing: The CDR: Ignorance is not bliss

Melbourne

MAR

27/28

Securitisation Professionals course

Sydney

APR

11/12

Securitisation Professionals course

Melbourne

MAY

2/3

Securitisation Applied course

Sydney

MAY

22

Securitisation Fundamentals course

Melbourne

MAY

30

Securitisation Trust Management course

Sydney

MAR

21

FTA Essential Treasurer Series

Various locations

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.

Read the official journal of the ASF

Market snapshot

View a snapshot of the Australian structured credit market, courtesy of Macquarie Debt Markets Research. Key data is refreshed on a monthly basis.

View the latest market activity