Structured finance(redirected from Structured Finances)
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.
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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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