Last-minute revisions to European securitization regulation are raising concerns about the ability of banks to unload over €1 trillion of bad loans – considered a crucial step in boosting lending and jump-starting the region’s flagging economy.

The latest draft, released in July, unexpectedly bans the securitization of mortgages where borrowers certify their own income, rather than providing documentation to the underwriter.

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