Distressed investors are anticipated to become more aggressive in generating cash and overcome the significant complexity associated with on-boarding and servicing tens of thousands of non-performing loans. The move is in light of some rated NPL securitisations performing below business plan expectations in terms of collections.
According to Mario Cortesi, head of distressed credit and structured finance at Quaestio Capital: “Since 2016, volumes of NPLs sold by banks in the primary market increased substantially by approximately €200bn.
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