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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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Savills Studley announced that it has strengthened its commercial real estate structured financing capability with the addition of Cara Leonard, an experienced hotel investment banking recruit who will join the groups Hotel Investment Banking platform as Senior Managing Director in Los Angeles.
Savills Studley has strengthened its commercial real estate structured financing capability with the addition of Cara Leonard, an experienced hotel investment banking recruit who will join the groups Hotel Investment Banking platform as Senior Managing Director in Los Angeles.
[USPRwire, Thu Feb 04 2016] Structured financing refers to sophisticated, complex transactions that take place across global financial markets.
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) has appointed Aleem Khan as Head of its newly established Structured Financing Business.
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The report does not address other types of structured finance, such as exchange trade funds, structured notes with capital protection, or structured financing outside capital markets.
Joseph Ingrassia (joe@capstonetrade.com) is Managing Member of Capstone Business Credit, a privately held venture merchant banking firm that provides structured financing to developmental stage companies--with typical sales of less than $50 million--involved in the trade of finished consumer and industrial products.
In addition, Riemer, who has been with the company for 6 years after 11 years in Price Waterhouse's international tax practice, works with the company's treasury group on issues such as transfer pricing, dividend repatriation and structured financing.
"He had already proven his expertise on a similar project in Groton, Conn., and Capmark Finance agreed to provide the highly structured financing needed to help him achieve his business plan."
The term structured financing is used to describe any "non-standard" way of raising money.

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