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Bank of England securitisation and credit data discussion papers

Bank of England/ECB securitisation discussion paper and responses:

 
​On the 30 May 2014, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank (ECB) published a discussion paper that explained the case for a better functioning securitisation market in the European Union and outlined a range of options that authorities could support to revitalise the market. A broad range of market participants and stakeholders responded to the discussion paper. These responses have been synthesised into a short note, and full responses are published where we have received permission to do so.
 

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Bank of England credit data discussion paper and responses:

 
On the 30 May 2014, the Bank of England also published a discussion paper that considered the case for improving the availability of commercial credit data in the United Kingdom and outlined a range of options for delivering the improvements identified. A broad range of market participants and stakeholders responded to the discussion paper. The Summary of Responses summarises the feedback received and sets out how the feedback has influenced the Bank in progressing the initiative.
 

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