The Structured Finance Industry Group outlined the helpful exemptions key to securitization under the final Volcker Rule.  

The Volcker Rule includes significant restrictions on bank activities with “covered funds.”  Excluded from Volcker’s final definition of covered funds are foreign public funds, wholly owned subsidiaries, loan securitizations, qualifying asset-backed commercial paper conduits, and qualifying covered bonds. 

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