The Federal Reserve Board announced Friday that it plans to extend the maturities of loans it makes to holders of asset-backed securities to three years, from the one year that was initially envisioned.

In a press release, the Fed said it made the move after consultation with investors, issuers, and dealers in the ABS market.

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