Every week, Asset-Backed Alert delivers hard-to-get news and statistics on the new-look ABS, MBS and CLO markets around the globe. The newsletter routinely gives subscribers the earliest word on money-making plays and risks emerging from the securitization of consumer loans, home mortgages and corporate receivables.
Asset-Backed Alert also makes sense of the complex regulatory and legal changes that are radically transforming the worldwide structured-finance business.
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What does Asset-Backed Alert cover?
› The steady reemergence of residential MBS issuers.
What is the ABS Database?
Subscribers to Asset-Backed Alert get FREE online access to The ABS Database, which captures information on all asset- and mortgage-backed securities sold worldwide. The database, compiled by the editors of Asset-Backed Alert, is the only comprehensive listing of public and private securitizations -- including collateralized debt obligations.
Relying on its database, Asset-Backed Alert regularly publishes rankings of key participants in asset-backed securitization: Underwriters, issuers, trustees, law firms, bond insurers and rating agencies. It also provides readers with a steady diet of statistical summaries showing securitization trends in all of the world's asset-backed securities markets.
Who produces Asset-Backed Alert?
Asset-Backed Alert is produced by Harrison Scott Publications. The coverage is led by publisher Andrew Albert, who has been reporting on the securitization field since the asset-backed market began in the 1980s. The publication’s editors also possess a wealth of experience covering structured finance, which accounts for the e-newsletter’s unmatched level of sophistication.
What else does Harrison Scott Publications produce?
Harrison Scott publishes three other newsletters: