Structured Finance - New Securitisation Guidelines To Widen Market Participation In The Long Term: ICRA
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ICRA Research Report
Indian securitisation market has become a deeper and wider market since the initial guidelines had been laid down by the regulator, viz. the Reserve Bank of India, in 2006.
A better understanding of the product, healthy retail credit growth leading to higher funding needs for non-banking financial companies and housing finance companies and relatively strong asset quality seen even during periods of economic headwinds has supported growth in the securitisation market.
Securitisation volumes had seen a sharp uptick in FY19 and FY20 touching almost Rs 2 lakh crore before being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, but the market is again witnessing a rebound as the pandemic-related worries recede.
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