SCI's 6th Annual Risk Transfer & Synthetics Seminar

27 April 2022, New York (In-Person Event)

Clifford Chance, New York
31 West 52nd Street
New York
United States of America

27 April 2022

25+ Speakers

Leading figures in the Risk Transfer & Synthetics Sector

200 Seats

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We are excited to announce the 6th Annual Risk Transfer & Synthetics Seminar will take place as an in-person event on 27 April 2022. We will return to New York with Covid safety measures in place and will feature the same informative and engaging content you’ve grown to expect from SCI, we hope you will join us this April for another must attend event.


The North American synthetic securitization market is in a period of significant change and innovation. While the established tier one issuers are seen increasingly frequently, the last year has witnessed debut issuance from regional banks. More is poised to come, agree the experts. The event also showcases the GSE credit risk transfer sector- in which there will be greatly increased volume in 2022 – and the mortgage-linked note market.

Structured Credit Investor consistently breaks deal-related news stories such as Texas Capital Bank’s debut risk transfer trade, the increasing importance of the Collins Amendment and the shifting sands of the GSE regulatory capital framework.

Our customers agree – no other media outlet which can match both our resources and expertise in this market and so equally we have attracted quality speakers and delegates to this, our sixth annual risk transfer seminar.

Here are some highlights you will participate in as a delegate at this year’s event:

Macro effects: Are investors seeing more US names eager to join this market, or has recent spread widening deterred enthusiasm?

GSEs power ahead: The pioneers of the mechanism in the US CRT market were the GSEs, and recent changes in personnel and in direction on Capitol Hill indicates that even greater volumes of CAS and STACR bonds will be priced in 2022.

The US credit risk transfer market is currently in a state of considerable flux and innovation. The mortgage insurance linked notes is an innovative and competitive sector – what can you learn from the assembled speakers on this panel?

Risk Transfer Deals – the next big story? A bell was rung in the US risk transfer market when, a little over two years ago, regulators gave the green light to JP Morgan’s innovatory CRT deal referencing mortgages. In the past 24 months, the top rated bank has made frequent visits to the market as well as advising clients on use of the mechanism.

Margins in the risk transfer sector are much wider than in most other market segments, but what type of coupons elicits interest?

Registration is now open

Important note: Our host venue requires that all delegates attending this seminar to bring ID and show proof of vaccination against Covid-19 (i.e. three doses). If you do not meet this requirement, you will not be able to attend this seminar on this occasion.

Cost per Delegate:

Non Subscriber Subscriber Rate
Super Early Bird – February £1,190 £1,050
Early Bird – March £1,260£1,120
Full Price – April £1,400 £1,190

To get your subscriber rate please contact for your discount code.

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