With a brand new securitization law in place, Uruguay is heading towards its first asset-backed transactions.

The national parliament recently approved law no. 17202, which regulates asset securitization. The first potential issuer is said to be the state-owned mortgage bank, Banco Hipotecario del Uruguay, which grants financing for most of the country's housing.

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