The Bank of Spain moved closer to implementing amendments to its existing securitization law of 1981. The changes have been in the works for the last two years and started getting finalized at the end of 2007.

Last week the bank entered the final stretch of its consultation period, and industry sources expect the amendment to become law in a matter of weeks.

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