Structured Finance & Securitisation provides a comprehensive cross-jurisdictional guide to the securities, bankruptcy and tax law considerations of implementing and closing securitisation transactions worldwide. Specific topics include: relevant regulatory bodies; securitisation registration requirements; originator and issuer licensing requirements; sanctions; receivable and asset types that can be securitised; investor limitations; special considerations for securitisations with a public-sector element; the formation of special purpose vehicles; tax considerations for originators, issuers and investors; and bankruptcy considerations for SPVs.
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