New rules designed to stop U.S. companies from moving their tax addresses offshore are so written so broadly that they could disrupt the securitization market, a trade group warned Thursday.

In April, the Treasury Department announced temporary regulations making it more difficult for U.S. companies to undertake what is known as a “tax inversion,” merging with a non-U.S. company for the purpose of shifting profits to a country with a lower corporate tax rate. It said it would limit companies’ ability to participate in inversion transactions if they’ve already done them within the past 36 months.

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