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SFA CEO Michael Bright will speak at the Information Management Network’s (IMN) Global Investors’ Conference on Securitization in China, taking place from March 27th through March 28th in Beijing.
On Wednesday, January 15, President Trump signed a “Phase One” trade deal with China that will reduce some tariffs, but, ultimately, do little for America’s homebuilders according to the National Association of Realtors.
A recent Asset-Backed Alert (ABA) from ABAlert.com highlighted that China’s Securitization Market has enlisted SFA’s help in modernizing the market and increasing interest from foreign investors.
The Bank of China, one of China’s biggest lenders, is marketing a new dollar note linked to the Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR), one of the planned LIBOR replacements.
China is the largest foreign owner of U.S. debt and biggest foreign buyer of U.S. mortgage bonds. Given this, they are in a unique position to affect the U.S. economy.
Since posting record numbers in 2007, GDP growth has steadily declined with burgeoning debt and waning consumer confidence.
Amidst ongoing trade tensions and investor skepticism, China’s economy grew at its slowest rate in decades.
As regulators restrict popular financing channels, developers tap commercial property securities and private equity funds.
Increased secondary market liquidity and a diversified investor base promise future growth for the Chinese securitization market.
Auto loan securitization issuance grows rapidly in China after 2009's slow start.