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European banking rules that ignore commercial real estate (CRE) debt will affect businesses’ ability to borrow money, according to CREFC Europe. In a response to the European Commission’s (EC) consultation on how current capital requirement regulations affect the flow of credit, CREFC said a functioning CRE debt market is vital to both small and medium (SME) sized businesses and infrastructure development.
The European Commission (EC) has launched its Capital Markets Union Action Plan, which could have far-reaching consequences for real estate finance and securitisation. The five-year programme outlines the EC’s plans to build a single market for capital across all 28 EU member states and will see a raft of news rules introduced affecting sectors such as securitisation, infrastructure investment, and covered bonds.
European Commission (EC) plans to unify Europe’s capital markets have been criticised for potentially harming the commercial real estate (CRE) securitisation market. The EC will publish its Capital Markets Union (CMU) plan in the autumn which will outline its proposals to bind Europe's capital markets closer together.
The European Commission (EC) will discuss its plan to relaunch the European securitisation market at a new event in London. The Future of European Securitisation conference on November 11, organised by City & Financial Global, is expecting around 100 delegates from the financial services sector.
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