It’s time to get on again! – Securitisations back on the rise

For the better part of the last decade, securitisations have enjoyed a bad reputation. They have been blamed for causing the financial crisis of 2007/08. But is securitisation really this bad? Should securitisation be blamed as all evil of the financial market?   I do not believe so – but let us take a step […]

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The important role of transaction platforms in shrouded NPL markets

Regulators are currently increasing the pressure on banks to reduce their NPL stock, which is considered one of the biggest challenges for the banking industry in Europe. In this context, loan transactions are a common recovery tool in workout management. The need of a fully functioning secondary market for NPL portfolios is therefore essential. Yet, […]

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Disposal of Single Ticket Pools

Single Ticket pools represent innovative sale structure capturing benefits of both traditional single tickets & portfolio sales. PwC has analyzed its key feature in more detail and can provide you with valuable insights – from flexibility of perimeter composition and disposal structure, via possibility of show-casing individual names to leveraging on other assets in the […]

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PwC Europe Bank Restructuring Conference Vienna 2017

On October 20th 2017, PwC Financial Services invited the main players in the financial industry to the 6th annual Bank Restructuring conference. This year Western European markets like Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany have joined the stage with CEE region representatives. With close to 30 speakers and ca. 200 participants from about 80 banking and investor groups, it was the largest NPL event focused on the CEE region to date- covering also Russia, Ukraine and Turkey.

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Turkish NPL Purchasing Market

Since the enactment of the communique governing the foundation and operations of NPL servicing platforms (so-called Asset Management Companies, “AMCs”) in Turkey in November 2006, financial institutions, despite being volatile, have consistently sold non-performing loans (NPL). The NPL purchasing market has experienced considerable growth over the years with the increase in number of banks selling portfolios, entrance of new AMCs to the market, as well as banks selling larger portfolios.

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