Last week's news and analysis
Canadian wave begins
TD unlocks Canadian CRT market
Extension risk eyed
Brookfield control would be 'positive' for ELoC 39
ESG priorities shifting to meet macroeconomic pressures
Hedging alternatives eyed
JPM said to be exploring alternative risk transfer structures
'Slight' tightening forecast for ECB-eligible ABS
Risk transfer line-up finalised
Focus on future of North American CRT
Status quo or status go?
Law firm designation practices questioned
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