SAS: Capital Management For Banking: Dawn Of A New Era

The Financial Crisis and Risk Regulations.

From 2001 until 2006, when housing prices in the US were on an upward trajectory buoyed by low interest rates and high demand, many banks and financial intermediaries dramatically increased their exposure in the mortgage-backed securities market . An aggressive “originate-and-distribute” business model grew rapidly along with the mortgage market – and that model soon became a popular and seemingly safe way to earn higher returns when the prime rates

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