EU NPL Market to Benefit from More Maturity and Transparency

6 September 2021

The market for non-performing loan (NPL) transactions in the EU will benefit from improved maturity and transparency following recent legislative and regulatory initiatives. The initiatives should be favorable for the NPL market.

“More transparent pricing could also motivate existing NPL sellers to sell more portfolios and more banks to start selling NPLs, both of which would increase the size of the NPL market.”

Fitch Ratings

 

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