SCI's 8th Annual Capital Relief Trades Seminar

20 October 2022, London (In-Person Event)

One Bishops Square, London
E1 6AD

20 October 2022

25+ Speakers

Leading figures in the CRT Sector

250 Seats

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A number of regulatory items remain on the agenda for the SRT market, including an RTS on the homogeneity criteria of the new STS synthetics framework and another one on the application of synthetic excess spread within the context of the EBA’s new SRT rules.

Nevertheless, regulatory uncertainty over these key issues hasn’t dented issuance despite rising interesting rates and inflation. Indeed, SRTs are benefiting from rising inflation and central bank tightening given their floating and illiquid nature, along with the high quality of the underlying collateral. During the coronavirus years investors were fleeing to the safety of large corporate trades, since large corporates have access to capital markets while the wealth of disclosure enables investors to form a more accurate view about the underlying portfolio risk.

However, investors are now committing capital to a range of portfolios including commercial real estate, leveraged loans and residential mortgages, actions which suggest a more bullish rather than a more bearish outlook. Europe remains the centre of this market but the US has steadily picked up over the last years, while nascent jurisdictions such as Greece, Poland and the Asia Pacific power on. Growth is reflected not just in terms of jurisdictions and asset classes but in the types of issuers that are getting more active as well. The latter includes the German Landesbank and specialized consumer lenders such as Klarna.

SCI’s 8th Annual Capital Relief Trades Seminar will take place on 20th October 2022 in London. This seminar will feature the same informative and engaging content you’ve grown to expect from SCI, bringing together market players, including leading investors, issuers, service providers, and regulators. If you want the latest regulatory updates, key trends, and opportunities in the SRT market then this is a must attend event, we hope you will join us this October.

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Cost per Delegate:

Applies until Subscriber DiscountSubscriber Rate Non-Subscriber Non-Subscriber Discount
31 August 20% £1,120 £1,190 15%
30 September15% £1,190 £1,260 10%
20 October10% £1,260 £1,400 0%

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