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The 2007 meltdown in structured securitization

Gerard Caprio

The 2007 meltdown in structured securitization

searching for lessons, not scapegoats

by Gerard Caprio

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Published by World Bank in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asset-backed financing,
  • Financial crises

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJr. Caprio, Gerard, Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Edward J. Kane.
    SeriesPolicy research working paper -- 4756, Policy research working papers (Online) -- 4756.
    ContributionsDemirgüç-Kunt, Aslı, 1961-, Kane, Edward J., World Bank.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23238031M
    LC Control Number2009655649

      In the words of George Santayana, ‘Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.’ For this reason I have decided to dedicate today’s post to the process of securitisation and how it was at the heart of the Great Financial have we learnt and is securitisation still important as a method of risk management? Understanding the Sub-Prime Meltdown Securitization gone awry! The History of Securitization – Mortgage Backed Bonds † Since the Depression, the federal government has played a role in the mortgage market. † FHA – Federal Housing Administration and VA (Veteran’s Administration) provided insurance to Size: KB.

      One of the main causes of the global financial crisis which started in August of is the securitisation. The crisis began with the real estate market in U.S.A. but soon spread all over the world. The Impact of the Financial Crisis on African Financial Systems. the Pan-African micro-lender Blue Financial’s loan book grew percent and posted earnings growth of Caprio, G., Demirguc-Kunt, A., and Kane, E., (). The Meltdown in Structured Securitization. Policy Research Working Paper No. World Bank: Washington D.C File Size: 59KB.

    The size – about USD trillion in June – and breakdown of US ABS are shown on the left of Figure 3. Some of these securities have been sold to direct holders. "The meltdown in structured securitization: searching for lessons, not scapegoats," Policy Research Working Paper Series , The World Bank. Gerard Caprio & Asli Demirgüç-Kunt & Edward J. Kane,


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The Meltdown in Structured Securitization: Searching for Lessons, Not Scapegoats Caprio, Gerard, Jr.; Demirgüç-Kunt, Aslı; Kane, Edward J. () The intensity of recent turbulence in financial markets has surprised nearly everyone.

The Meltdown in Structured Securitization: Searching for Lessons not Scapegoats* Gerard Caprio, Jr. (Willams College) Aslı Demirgüç-Kunt (World Bank) Edward J. Kane (Boston College and NBER) September 5, Abstract: The intensity of recent turbulence in financial markets has surprised nearly everyone.

The Meltdown in Structured Securitization: Searching for Lessons, Not Scapegoats Article in The World Bank Research Observer 25(1) November with 79. Incentive conflicts explain how securitization went wrong, why credit ratings proved so inaccurate, and why it is superficial to blame the crisis on mark-to-market accounting, an unexpected loss of liquidity, or trends in globalization and deregulation in financial markets.

The Meltdown In Structured Securitization: Searching For. The meltdown in structured securitization: searching for lessons, not scapegoats (English) Abstract. The intensity of the crisis in financial markets has surprised nearly by:   The Meltdown in Structured Securitization: Searching for Lessons, not Scapegoats Edward J.

Kane, The Meltdown in Structured Securitization: Searching for Lessons, not Scapegoats, The World Bank Research Observer, Vol Issue 1, FebruaryThe meltdown that began in is not the first time that financial Cited by: The Meltdown in Structured Securitization: Searching for Lessons, not Scapegoats Gerard Caprio, Jr., Aslı Demirgu¨c¸-Kunt, and Edward J.

Kane The intensity of the crisis in financial markets has surprised nearly everyone. The authors search out the root causes of the crisis, distinguishing them from scapegoating. "The meltdown in structured securitization: searching for lessons, not scapegoats," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank.

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