Treasury Report Securitization Fact Sheet

Following the June 12th release of the much anticipated U.S. Treasury Department regulatory reform report (specific to banking and credit unions), SFIG is pleased to release a Fact Sheet providing a "first look" at the report's key proposals which could impact the structured finance and securitization markets.

The report to the President represents the first in a series which the Treasury Department plans to release. Each report will address opportunities for regulatory reform in different areas of the U.S. financial system (including capital markets, asset management and insurance, and non-bank financial institutions and fintech). Craig Phillips, Counselor to Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and co-author of the report, has publicly noted the next report should not be expected until at least September.

This Fact Sheet is an initial review of the Treasury's report by SFIG staff, and in the coming days we look forward to providing a more in-depth analysis of the report's proposals and their potential impact on the securitization market.

As noted in the report, SFIG remains engaged in regulatory reform discussions with the Treasury Department, and will continue to work with the key agencies and Capitol Hill to bring about rational reform. 

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