Mascha Canio

Head of Credit & Insurance Linked Investments

"I’ve experienced PGGM as a dynamic working environment with enthusiastic colleagues. Together with my team, I invest in risk sharing transactions on a global scale. These are unusual and interesting investments. However, I also find participating in projects involving completely different topics extremely stimulating. Such challenges offer me breadth as well as the opportunity to share my experiences and work with colleagues from other PGGM units and other organisations.”

Mijn publicaties

    1. Securitisation and The Big Short: Food for thought

      ​Investing in securitisations is about common sense and maintaining high standards, says Mascha Canio.

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    2. Securitisations: do not forget the advantages!

      ​PGGM, APG and Banco Santander have jointly published a document to support sustainable use of securitisations. According to these large European investors and bank securitisations offer many advantages. Below we share the main conclusions of this joint publication.

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    3. PGGM wins Securitisation Award 2016

      ​PGGM has won the Securitisation Award 2016 during the securitisation event which is an initiative of IIR and Dutch Securitisation Association (DSA). The award merits ‘an achievement or transaction, initiative or organization which greatly enriched the (Dutch) securitization market in 2015/2016, or had a positive effect on this market’. Also nominated were NN and Banco Santander. The award was ceremonially handed out during a conference in Amsterdam on April 22nd 2016.

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    4. PGGM in pursuit of simple, synthetic securitisations

      ​At the end of September, the European Commission published the Action Plan on building a Capital Markets Union. Part of this action plan is a bill (Regulation) regulating securitisations. PGGM is calling on the European Commission to broaden this Regulation to include synthetic securitisations, which are currently excluded.

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    1. Simple synthetic securitisation

      At the end of September, the European Commission published the Action Plan on building a Capital Markets Union. Part of this action plan is a bill (Regulation) regulating securitisations. With this position paper PGGM is calling on the European Commission to broaden this Regulation to include synthetic securitisations, which are currently excluded.

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