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Asset-backed securities constitute a growing segment of the US, European and global capital markets. The asset securitization technique, while complex, has won a secure place in corporate financing and investment portfolios because it can, paradoxically, offer originators a cheaper source of funding and investors a superior return. Not only does securitization transform illiquid assets into tradable securities, but it also manages to transform risk by means of the separation of good financial assets from a company or financial institution with little loss of revenue. The assets, once separated from the originator, are employed ...
The recent meltdown of the subprime mortgage market and the ensuing credit crisis have led to one of the most severe economic storms since the Great Depression. Whereas the savings-and-loan crisis of the 1980s and early 1990s caused losses of nearly $300 billion, mainly in the United States, the International Monetary Fund has warned that the aggregate potential losses from U.S. loans and securitized assets could reach $2.2 trillion. Many financial institutions are or will be conducting internal investigations of losses and potential liabilities arising from the credit ... Read More
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