ESMA regulations could halt European issuance, says LMA
The European securitisation market is at risk of a “cessation of issuance and market disruption” unless the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) allows a phased implementation of the new regulatory framework due to come into effect from January, according to the Loan Market Association (LMA)
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