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5 Myths About Transitioning Your Securitization Trustee

Ben Jordan |
Corporate & Institutional

Moving your capital markets transactions to a new trustee can not only be faster and easier than you think, but also provide you with competitive advantages There is an unusually high level of uncertainty in today’s global capital markets. From interest rates, inflation, and geopolitical problems to regulato­ry/tax proposals and the move to new reference rates, issuers need to successfully manage an overload of questions.


Does Quantitative Tightening Pose a Risk to Markets?

Luke Tilley |
Wilmington Wire
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - part of United States central bank.

July 1, 2022 — As the Federal Reserve (Fed) has turned ever more hawkish with each meeting there has been, appropriately, sharp focus on the accelerated pace of rate hikes. The policy-making Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) of the Fed raised its short-term interest rate by 0.75% at the June 15, 2022 meeting and raised expectations for future hikes, further driving the debate over whether the U.S. economy will tip into recession as a result.