Germany has approved its draft bill that aims to help banks transfer structured securities, such as ABS and CDOs, to a government-backed unit on a voluntary basis.

The government plan would allow private banks to offload troubled assets to a special-purpose vehicle, with a 10% reduction in their booking value. In return, the banks will receive a government-guaranteed bond amounting to the transfer value of those assets.

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