In alignment with its European Union membership, Poland will amend a banking law to introduce specific regulations facilitating the securitization of bank assets.

The rules will become effective on May 1. Under the new guidelines, banks will be able to consider every kind of asset for securitization. No law previously prohibited that. However, prior guidelines were thick with bank secrecy laws, which threw a wrench into the evolution of the Polish securitization market.

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