Significant Risk Transfer

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Bank supervision - capital adequacy - securitisations.


Significant (credit) Risk Transfer is the recognition, for bank capital adequacy supervision purposes, of a significant transfer of risk from the originator of a securitisation.

The originator's capital adequacy requirements may then be reduced accordingly.

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