Submissions to Australian Policy & Regulatory Agencies
New Eligibility Criteria for CMBS and ABS and Measures to Strengthen Privacy
28 October 2013
The ASF has made comments on the draft data templates released by the RBA for repo eligibility of asset-backed securities, commercial mortgage-backed securities and the revisions to the loan-level data template for residential mortgage-backed securities. Read the ASF submission.
ASF lodges final submission with RBA in relation to cashflow waterfall proposals
16 May 2013
Following an extended consultation period to deal with the complexities of disclosing RMBS cashflow waterfall models, the ASF has through its working group of auditors and RMBS modellers provided a comprehensive submission dealing with some of the practical challenges.
ATO consultation on thin capitalisation treatment of securitisation SPVs
14 February 2013
The ASF has lodged with ATO its submission to ensure that genuine securitisations are not caught by the ATO’s implementation of a Senate recommendation to prevent certain PPPs from obtaining thin capitalisation relief through their employment of securitisation-like SPVs.
ASF lodges transparency submission to RBA
10 January 2013
Following a thorough and highly diverse process, ASF members through investor and issuer working groups submitted the industry’s response to the RBA proposals. We thank those involved for their swift and constructive contributions.
Submissions to Overseas Policy & Regulatory Agencies
EBA/CP/2013/14 Consultation Paper on draft technical standards on securitisation retention rules (“the consultation paper”)
21 August 2013
Read the ASF's submission to the European Banking Authority's consultation paper on the draft regulatory standards on the retention of net economic interest relating to transferred credit risk.
Revisions to the Basel Securitisation Framework
15 March 2013
Read the ASF's submission on Revisions to the Basel Securitisation Framework to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
17-5g receives another stay
10 January 2013
In conjunction with the American Securitization Forum, the ASF successfully appealed to the SEC to not apply 17g-5 to non-US trades. We shall continue to work towards a permanent exemption. Click here to read the submission.
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