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Listen: Take Notes: Revised Global 2020 Structured Finance Issuance Forecasts

In our first episode back, hosts Tom Schopflocher and James Manzi discuss how COVID-19 has hampered structured finance issuance levels across the globe, leading us to trim our 2020 forecast by a quarter to $830 billion—and breaking the annual streak of $1 trillion global issuance.