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Disclosure & Reporting

A strong disclosure regime and resulting transparency allows for greater investor understanding of and confidence in specific securities.



Enhanced transparency has become a key focus for the securitization industry in order to improve investor confidence and expand the investor base. A consistent and standard securitization structuring and reporting framework is critically important within this effort.

Publications & Resources

The Structured Finance Association (“SFA”) appreciates the opportunity to respond to the proposed revision (the “Proposal”) to the Securitization Safe Harbor Rule (the “Rule”) released by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (the “FDIC”) on August 22, 2019.
On August 27, 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission” or “SEC”) adopted final rules under Regulation AB that substantially revise the offering process, disclosure and reporting requirements for registered offerings of asset-backed securities (“ABS”).
On May 9, SFA submitted a letter to the SEC regarding its proposed cybersecurity disclosure that would scope in asset-backed issuers. SFA explains that any cybersecurity disclosure framework for ABS demands tailored standards that align with Reg AB.