The collapse of Dutch consumer lending bank DSB in October 2009 contains valuable lessons for the recovering international securitization market, according to a new report by structured finance advisory firm Bishopsfield Capital Partners.

Issues connected with the legal status of direct debits, borrower notification, commingling and set-off of risk in some of DSB securitizations caused unexpected consequences and risks for noteholders.

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