Structured finance

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Structured finance

Often refers to a group within an investment bank that deals with mortgage-backed securities (MBS), commercial mortgage backed securities, and collateralized debt obligations,and real estate.

Structured Finance

The provision of a complex financing arrangement. This service is offered to a client with financing needs are more difficult to structure than an ordinary loan or bond. Examples of structured financing arrangements include mortgage-backed securities, syndicated loans, collateralized debt obligations.
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The term structured financing is used to describe any "non-standard" way of raising money.
While Fitch would be surprised to see the dollar volume of cross-border issuances for 2007 greatly exceed 2006, there are several companies throughout the region that could access the market with structured financing.
While Fitch would be surprised to see the dollar volume of cross-border issuances for 2005 greatly exceed 2004, there are several companies throughout the region that could access the market with structured financing.
International Securitization and Structured Finance Report reviews in detail, transactions and their regulation in the major categories of asset-backed financing: project finance (B-o-t and other structured financing arrangements) emerging market borrowings tapping international capital markets via securities government/multilateral deals and other instructive transactions.
SIVs are a relatively new, sophisticated structured financing vehicle.
In that capacity, he was responsible for the worldwide credit and risk management functions of SFG's project and structured financing activities in the energy, infrastructure and industrial sectors.
In July 1999, Fitch IBCA rated OPIC's first capital markets political risk insurance contract for a structured financing from Ford Otosan, a joint venture automobile manufacturer between Ford Motor Company and Koc Holding of Turkey.
Standard & Poor's maintains ratings on more than 130,000 securities issued by sovereigns, corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, state/local government entities, and supranational organizations worldwide, as well as ratings on more than 90,000 commercial paper programs, money market funds, mutual bond funds, unit investment trusts, preferred stocks, and structured financing transactions throughout the world.
Kirby has been active in investment banking, acquisitions, capital raising and structured financings for real estate, information technology and other corporate clients since 1999.
Standard & Poor's--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said in a report published today that it had refined its criteria related to bank account eligibility for structured financings in Japan to include the benefits of Japan's unique deposit insurance system, which insures the entire principal amount of certain liquid deposits ("Entirely Insured Deposits").
Despite the uncertainty, several structured financings, particularly domestic and financial future flow transactions, are expected to come to market by the second quarter of this year, say analysts in Standard & Poor's Structured Finance group.
The nature of the future flow structure mitigates several sovereign risks that have negatively impacted other structured financings.

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