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Getting secure

Regional Review , Issue Sum , Pages 13-17

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Issuance of joint guidance on asset securitization activities

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Feb

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Loan sales: another step in the evolution of the short-term credit market

Economic Review , Volume 72 , Issue Nov , Pages 22-31

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Will the securitization revolution spread?

The Region , Volume 9 , Issue Sep , Pages 22-31

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The asset-backed securities markets, the crisis, and TALF

Credit performs the essential function of moving funds from the savers who want to lend to the investors and consumers who wish to borrow. Under ideal conditions, this process ensures that funds are invested by the most skilled and productive individuals, thus improving efficiency and stimulating growth, and that consumers can get funds when they need them the most to satisfy their consumption needs.
Profitwise , Issue Apr , Pages 8-18

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TALF: Jump-starting the securitization markets

In the financial crisis that began in August 2007, securitization activity virtually dried up. When the housing bubble burst, the value of the collateral backing much of the asset-backed securities (ABS) declined sharply, and so did the value of the securities themselves. The Federal Reserve responded by creating the term asset-backed securities loan facility, or TALF. Its purpose is to boost securitization by providing loans to people holding certain highly rated ABS. These loans will then support new ABS issues and help thaw out the securitization markets. Judging from both new issues and ...
Economic Letter , Volume 4

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Securitization and community lending: a framework and some lessons from the experience in the U.S. mortgage market

This article provides a framework for analyzing the development of securitization as a vehicle for funding community economic development loans. Broadly speaking, there are two models for funding assets: (2) the portfolio lender model, which typically involves banks or other intermediaries originating and holding the loans and funding them mainly with debt, most often deposits; and (2) the securitization model, which involves tapping bond markets for funds, for instance, by pooling loans and selling shares in the pools. The focus here is on broad issues of when securitization is likely to be ...
Community Development Innovation Review , Issue 1 , Pages 1-16

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Asset securitization: a supervisory perspective

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Oct , Pages 659-669

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Loan sales have little effect on bank risk

Economic Perspectives , Volume 12 , Issue Mar

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The securitization of housing finance

Since 1970, housing finance has undergone a radical transformation due to the securitization of mortgage loans. As the market for mortgage securities continues to grow and develop, this transformation raises a number of important public policy issues.
Economic Review , Volume 73 , Issue Jul , Pages 3-20



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