Debtwire Restructuring Forum Europe 2023

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The Dorchester, Park Lane, London

22 Mar

Panel: The state of European ABS

After a decade of benign performance in European ABS, soaring inflation is squeezing household budgets and rising rates are pushing mortgage costs up and property valuations down. Liquidity in ABS and RMBS transactions stood up well to the liability-driven investment strategies in 2022, often performing better than corporate bonds. Experts expect tranche spreads and pricing on underlying loans to Client Confidential eventually level out with central banks encouraging more issuance in 2023. This panel will discuss: 

  • Which asset classes and jurisdictions are most exposed to the downturn? 
  • What opportunities are there for investors with the ability to take advantage of illiquidity? 
  • Which regulatory developments from the European Commission in its review of EUSR will be the most impactful?
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  • Speakers keyboard_arrow_down
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    Elena Rinaldi Portfolio Manager TwentyFour Asset Management Bio
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    Daniel Heine Co-Founder, Managing Director, Private Debt Division Patrimonium Bio
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    Tristan Cheesman Head of EMEA Structured Finance Syndicate Bank of America Bio
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    Chris Dammers Deputy Editor, ABS, Europe Debtwire