Securitization structures have widely been known to be a longstanding roadblock when it comes to working out the mass of problem loans originated between 2005 and 2008 — but that is starting to change, according to Jeffrey Taylor, managing director at Digital Risk.

Taylor said the market is getting to the point where it is more comfortable with the legal rights of investors as well as the representations and warranties in securitizations, something the market had previously been unfamiliar with doing on the kind of scale it had to in the wake of the downturn.

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