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The following documents provide some contextual technical information on the securitisation of Italian assets:

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Law 130/99 English Version Law 130/99
English Version
Law 130/99 Italian Version Law 130/99
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Regulation n. 12175 Regulation n. 12175:
Regulation for the interpretation of art. 2, co. 5, of Law 130/99
Amendments to Law 130/99 Amendments to Law 130/99 – DDL n. 3344 12th May 2005
D.M. n. 29 17th February 2009 D.M. n. 29 17th February 2009
– Amendment to law 130/99 about SPV regulation
Circular n. 154 22nd November 1991 26th Update January 2005 Circular n. 154 22nd November 1991 26th Update January 2005
– SPV’s Bank of Italy reporting schemes
Circular n. 217 5th August 1996 Circular n. 217 5th August 1996
– 6th Update January 2005
– SPV’s Bank of Italy reporting manual
D.L. n. 196 30th June 2003 D.L. n. 196 30th June 2003
– Italian Privacy Law
Application of Anti money laundering law to securitizations Application of Anti money laundering law to securitizations
ECB Euro Monetary Policy ECB Euro Monetary Policy
– November 2008

Some comment and insight on pan European securitisations may be found on the following:

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Prime Collateralised Securities Prime Collateralised Securities:
The Prime Collateralised Securities initiative (PCS) is an independent, not-for-profit initiative set up to re-inforce the asset-backed securities market in Europe.
Bank of England Bank of England:
New Governor’s October 2103 speech citing the need to rehabilitate securitisation
Basle Committee on Banking Supervision Basle Committee on Banking Supervision:
Consultation Document: Revisions to the Securitisation Framework December 2013
European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority:
Discussion paper on standard formula design and calibration for certain long term investments
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