International Asset Securitisationby Joseph J. Norton (Editor), Mitch Dupler (Editor), Paul R. Spellman (Editor), Mitcheli S. Dupler (Editor)
Securitization both in terms of monetary volume and sophistication, has become an increasingly important financial technique and
This text provides an overview of the growing use of securitization and its broad implications in the international financial world. The technique has grown hugely since its creation, based on the repackaging of mortgages, in the USA.
Securitization both in terms of monetary volume and sophistication, has become an increasingly important financial technique and risk diversifier for financial institutions. From the US its use has spread into the UK and European financial markets and this volume looks at international financial and legal structures of asset securitization. It covers Europe itself and the global market to give an understanding of offerings backed by US and non-US assets.
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