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Australia’s mutual banks are innovating in response to sector-wide issues. Participants at the KangaNews Mutual Sector Wholesale Funding Seminar 2021 – which took place in Sydney in May – discussed an evolving business and funding environment, and how mutual banks can deliver in their areas of competitive advantage.
The second annual KangaNews Mutual Sector Wholesale Funding Seminar took place in Sydney on 25 February. Discussions covered the sector’s performance and competitive position, access to wholesale funding markets, the potential for additional-capital issuance and how mutuals can incorporate technology to add efficiency in the treasury function.
Australian Securitisation 2019 took place in Sydney on 18 and 19 November with market-leading commentary on the evolution of the securitisation market, including collateral, lending regulation and benchmark reforms. The Australian securitisation market is poised to enter the next decade in robust shape, reflected by a record registration for and attendance at the Australian Securitisation Forum’s annual conference.
KangaNews is proud to present the winners of the institutional and deal categories in the KangaNews Awards 2019. After an extensive voting and verification process, KangaNews can confidently say its results reflect a true market view on the outstanding performers of 2019 in the Australian and New Zealand debt markets.
As part of its goal of developing global investor engagement with Australasian asset-backed securities, the Australian Securitisation Forum hosts an annual showcase in London. Taking place on 10 June this year, the event attracted a raft of institutional investors to hear more about the Australian housing market and securitisation product.
The Australian Securitisation Forum (ASF) and Perpetual Corporate Trust (Perpetual)’s Australian Securitisation Issuer Report 2019 highlights the continued importance of finding new investors to ensure the ongoing viability of securitisation issuance through the cycle. Consistent issuance is found to be the most effective, but in lieu of this issuers say innovation in assets and structure can help attract and retain investors.
WOMEN IN CAPITAL MARKETS Yearbook 2020
KangaNews's first-ever yearbook amplifying female voices in the Australian capital market.