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Finance and Asset Securitization

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John P. Devine has been a director of the Company since May 1995. Mr. Devine served as Deputy Director, National Security Agency (NSA) for Technology and Systems from 1992 to1995 and as Deputy Director, NSA for Research and Engineering from 1990 to 1992. From 1989 to 1990, Mr. Devine served as NSA Chief of Staff. Mr. Devine has been a consultant to the defense industry since his retirement from the NSA. Mr. Devine served on the boards of EADS N.A. Security Systems and Solutions from 2002 to 2007 and Ericsson Federal Systems from 2001 to 2008. Mr. Devine currently serves on the board of Spirent Federal Systems. Milton Cooper ...
backed by the assets and their cash flows. The securities are sold to investors who share the risk and reward from those assets. Securitization is similar to a sale of a profitable business ("spinning off") into a separate entity. The previous owner trades its ownership of that unit, and all the profit and loss that might come in the future, for present cash. The buyers invest in the success and/or failure of the unit, and receive a premium (usually in the form of interest ) for doing so. In most securitized investment structures, the investors' rights to receive cash flows are divided into " tranches ": ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Nationwide Layoff Watch: Continuing Cadwalader Coverage
If the powers-that-be at CWT think they can lay off almost 100 lawyers and have everyone forget about in a day, they’re sorely mistaken. We intend to stick with this story for quite some time (in part because you can’t get enough of it, judging from our traffic logs, the robust commenting, and the continuing inflow of tips). As many commenters have noted, memories are long when it comes to lawyer layoffs. Prospective recruits will hold this against Cadwalader five years from now — assuming CWT is still around then — just as people still remember which firms laid off lawyers in the last downturn, in the ... market research, surveys and trends
a scarecrow sets up straw men
before the House Banking Committee last Thursday, FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair listed some "misconceptions" about the subprime mortgage loan restructuring program she's been pushing (converting 2/28 and 3/27 ARMs into 28- or 27-year fixed rate loans using the teaser rate). Let's briefly fisk review them and her responses: Misconception: Restructuring Will Create a Windfall for Subprime Borrowers . Ms. Bair argues that "[t]his misconception is based on the belief that the starter rates for these loans are similar to the low 1 to 2 percent 'teaser' rates that were aggressively advertised for prime borrowers. In ... market research, surveys and trends

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FINANCE AND ASSET SECURITIZATION

Synthetic leases: Structured finance, financial accounting and tax ...
I. INTRODUCTION .........................................................................................................446 II. SYNTHETIC LEASES AND STRUCTURED FINANCE ...................................................... 447 A. Synthetic Leases and Special Purpose Entities ................................................... 447 B. Asset Securitization ............................................................................................449 C, Improved Balance Sheet and Ratios ..............................450 D. Creditors'Rights Issues ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Higher Education Loan Authority of the State of Missouri (MOHELA)
... on the student loan industry, structured finance and asset securitization. In ..... approximately 4.10 percent of par. Of the $1.3 billion, $294 million ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Employment and Benefits. International Business Transactions. Real Estate. Structured Finance and Asset Securitization. Technology Startups and E-Commerce ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
SEC Speech: Statement at Open Meeting Regarding Proposed Rules ...
It is widely recognized that securitization helps spur the real economy. Most notably, securitization expands the availability of credit so that homeowners, consumers, and small and large businesses alike can tap into financing more efficiently to fund their needs. Without securitization, credit becomes harder to come by, and those who do obtain credit may have to pay more to borrow. Without securitization, it becomes more burdensome for people to buy homes; for consumers to shop; and for businesses to finance their operations. The financial crisis has raised many questions about securitization's viability as a means of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Asset Securitization and Optimal Asset Structure of the Firm
The process of asset securitization is a new and innovative financing method used for ... Key words: asset securitization, structured finance, optimal asset ...
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FINANCE AND ASSET SECURITIZATION
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What does securitizing an asset mean. Asset securitization? In ...
Financial cash-flow producing assets that are pooled together and sold to investors in packages. These asset packets don't hold high yielding returns. Sub-prime lenders use this technique when issuing a loan. They'll secure the loan from many lenders that contribute partial amounts of money so as to lower the total risk of each lender, thereby allowing each lender to partially secure loans for more than one party. Its a form of risk management that didn't do so well in the mortgage industry recently because of bad investment techniques. Its advised to risk no more than 15% of your total assets in Asset ...
Is Green Assets Securitization an interesting topic now? See more ...
After years of silence in the corporate bond financing market for renewable energy projects and with recovery of the global financial market, the topic Green Asset Sercuritization is becoming interesting again. Big transactions like Breeze 2 in 2006 are hard to find again in today`s market, however on the other hand, the installed capacity of green energy and the funding demand from small and middle size developers are increasing strongly. For a better understanding of the market, we are working on a analysis paper "Green Fixed Income Finance" and it will be a great honor to hear your professional view on this topic. We`ve set ...