Over the years, the Securitisation Summit organised by Indian Securitisation Foundation and Vinod Kothari Consultants has become the most noted event of the structured finance industry in the region. Not only do we provide an excellent platform for networking and collective thinking on topical issues, we pick up points for advocacy, policy making and furtherance of interest of the industry, and then act on the same.
Indian securitisation market which has long been driven by priority sector lending now seems to be emerging with new asset classes, new investors, and of course, new motivations for both issuers and investors. It is apparent that the market is searching for new economic drivers. The 7th Securitisation Summit scheduled to be held on 25th May 2018, at World Trade Center, Mumbai will focus on these drivers.
Session 1: Taking stock of the developments so far, and way forward:
a. A decade after the GFC, in securitisation exorcised? A review of the global financial markets
b. Post tax transparency: securitisation market in India – is it a new investment class for alternative investors?
c. Non-priority-sector assets – are they seeming appealing?
d. Foreign investments in Indian securitisation – current situation and future expectations
Session 2: Asset classes in the market:
a. Traditional asset classes and innovative asset classes – who stands where
b. Is the market ready for CDOs?
c. How popular are RE assets – are there any takers
d.Innovative asset classes as they appear on the horizon
Session 3: Regulatory and taxation aspects:
a. 12 years gone, is it fair for the market in 2018 to be regulated by RBI guidelines of 2006, expanded in 2012?
b. IFRS and off balance sheet accounting – will securitisation be still off-balance sheet? If not off-balance sheet, will it survive?
c. Tax concerns on non-financial sector originations, and the relevance of true sale opinions on tax transparency
d. SEBI’s moves on listing of securitised debt instruments
e. SEBI’s move to liberalise trading of SRs – how effective will they be?
Session 4: Investors’ flavour
a. Getting non-traditional investors into securitisation markets
b. Concerns of priority sector investors – do securitisation investing stand in the midst of options
c. Investing by long-term investors
d. Asset managers’ take on investing in non-PSL tranches
We are also inviting sponsorship for the event, for further details on the same please write to us at email@example.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Summit shall also witness the second edition of the Indian Securitisation Awards. The Awards will be presented by the Indian Securitisation Foundation to acknowledge the contributions of originators, arrangers, law firms and trustees who are working to take the securitisation industry to new heights. Please note that we are currently inviting nominations for the various categories of awards, if you think that your organisation can fit into any of the categories, then please feel free to send your entry within 10th May, 2018. For brochure – please click here|
We look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you!
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