Panelists at this week’s American Securitization Forum annual meeting fear that reform efforts around shadow banking will significantly curtail credit from non-bank intermediaries.

Debbie Toenines, managing director at JPMorgan Chase, said that the term shadow banking “sounds too negative.” She hopes that as regulators make rules to govern these companies, they “give credit to regulation that has already taken place.”

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