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Volume 2014 - Number 12

March 28, 2014

Issuers Concerned About Disclosure Mandate In SEC’s Re-Proposal of Reg AB2 Provisions

Issuers of MBS and ABS are concerned about new liabilities they are likely to face if they have to disclose loan-level information at issuance under a rule recently proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission. In February, the SEC proposed requiring issuers to disclose loan-level data to investors on issuers’ own websites instead of on the Electronic Data-Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval system, better known as EDGAR, the current platform for SEC-required disclosures. The comment period on the proposal was scheduled to close March 28. Preliminary comment letters submitted...

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