According to a recent report from KfW, €28 billion ($35.27 billion) was publicly placed in Europe’s securitization market over 1H10, three times the amount placed in all of 2009.

This is likely reflective of returning investor confidence. In fact, despite continued volatility and uncertainty surrounding regulatory proposals, the European Central Bank's (ECB) restrictive monetary policy has made securitization more attractive to investors, KfW reported.

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