The Asia-Pacific Structured Finance Association Limited (APSA)
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The Asia-Pacific Structured Finance Association (APSA) is an industry body established in May 2006 under its former name of “The Asia-Pacific Securitisation Association”. Its name was changed to the present name in December 2010 to encompass the wider structured finance industry. Its members comprise both individual and corporate participants with a special focus on the structured finance and securitisation industry in Asia.
APSA serves as an independent platform for education, promotion, networking and communication among participants, regulators, investors and academics of the structured finance and securitisation industry.
The objects for which APSA was established are:
- To promote the efficient growth of the structured finance and securitisation industry among participants, regulators, standard-setters and investors.
- To build consensus and coordinate advocacy effects on legislative, regulatory, legal and accounting issues that impact the regional structured finance and securitisation industry.
- To recommend market standardisation policies, practices, guidelines and documentation in the interest of promoting the efficiency of the regional structured finance and securitisation markets.
- To promote links with the People’s Republic of China and the integration and development of APSA with other regional structured finance and securitisation markets.
For more information (including how to join APSA), please visit our website: www.apsa-asia.com