WASHINGTON — While a religious group was predicting the imminent Apocalypse last week, a set of financial services industry representatives were warning of the possible end to their own world — the collapse of the securitization market.

They worry that a deluge of new rules coming down the pike — including risk-retention requirements, proposed Basel III restrictions, Volcker Rule limitations and enhanced derivatives regulation — will make it virtually impossible for the private market to return.

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