On September 3, 2015, IOSCO published its final report on the peer review of implementation of incentive alignment recommendations for securitization. The report sets out the implementation progress of its recommendations, which were published in 2012, on incentive alignment in securitization. The recommendations relate to, amongst other things: (i) achieving global harmonization of incentives of investors and securitizers along the securitization value chain; (ii) jurisdictions evaluating and formulating approaches for such alignment; and (iii) minimizing any adverse effects of cross-border securitization transactions that may arise due to different approaches in incentive alignment and risk retention. The review states that only five jurisdictions of the 25 jurisdictions have reported to have completed implementation of all the recommended measures: China, India, Indonesia, Japan and Turkey. Eleven jurisdictions have taken steps to implement all measures but those steps were either not all complete or were not yet in force across the whole securitization market: Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. The report also states that EU jurisdictions and the US were further progressed in implementation than other jurisdictions with smaller securitization markets. IOSCO aims to conduct a further adoption monitoring and implementation review in 2016.

The report is available at: http://www.iosco.org/library/pubdocs/pdf/IOSCOPD504.pdf.