Moody’s Investor Service has published a regulatory comment, “Securitisation Reform Proposals,” which summarizes and compares the various proposals and efforts underway globally to revive and restructure the securitization markets. The paper compares five frameworks, the objectives of which range from defining securitizations as “simple, transparent and standard,” to enhancing transaction disclosures. The comparison covers proposals or rules of 2014 and 2015 from the following entities: European Commission, European Banking Authority, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The full report, Securitisation Reform Proposals, is available to you on a complimentary basis. A moodys.com login, which is required to access this report, is available for free through a one-time only registration process.