|Statement||Rodney S. Dayan, chairman.|
|Series||Corporate law and practice course handbook series -- no. 538|
|Contributions||Dayan, Rodney S.|
|LC Classifications||KF1440 .A77 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||520 p. :|
|Number of Pages||520|
|LC Control Number||86062255|
This book begins with an introduction to asset-backed securities and takes you through the historical impact of these transactions including the implications of the recent credit crisis and how the market has changed. Discusses, in great detail, rating agency reviews, liaising with third parties, marketing the deals, and securing investorsCited by: 6. This distinction is common in the United States, for example, where typically the term “mortgage-backed securities” refers to securities backed by high-quality real estate mortgages and the term “asset-backed securities” refers to securities backed by other types of assets/5(). Asset-backed securities, also called ABS, are pools of loans that are packaged and sold to investors as securities—a process known as “securitization.” 1 The type of loans that are typically securitized includes home mortgages, credit card receivables, auto loans (including loans for recreational vehicles), home equity loans, student. ESOTERIC ASSET-BACKED SECURITIES March 9, Page 63 ESOTERIC ASSET-BACKED SECURITIES Esoteric ABS are no longer so esoteric, as securitization of diverse revenue streams gains acceptance in the market and spreads across economic sectors. The author describes the origins and rise of esoteric ABS, and the drivers and challenges they File Size: KB.
Asset-Backed Securities provides comprehensive coverage of the major asset-backed securities, structuring issues, and relative value analysis from the leading experts in the field. Comprehensive coverage includes the expanding frontiers of asset securitization, introduction to ABS accounting, trends in the structuring of ABSs, and prepayment nomenclature in the ABS market. Asset-Backed Securities – Post the global financial crisis of , there was a huge buzz about some sophisticated financial securities known as CDOs, CMBS, & RMBS and how they played a big role in the build-up of the crisis. These securities are known as Asset-backed Securities (ABS), an umbrella term used to refer to a kind of security that derives its value from a pool of assets which. Investing in Mortgage and Asset-Backed Securities + Website shows you how to achieve this goal. The book draws entirely on publicly available data and open source software to construct a complete analytic framework for investing in these securities. The analytic models used throughout the book either exist in the quantlib library, as an R. Securitization is the financial practice of pooling various types of contractual debt such as residential mortgages, commercial mortgages, auto loans or credit card debt obligations (or other non-debt assets which generate receivables) and selling their related cash flows to third party investors as securities, which may be described as bonds, pass-through securities, or collateralized debt.
Growth in the asset-backed securities (ABS) market over the past 10 years has provided diversification and strong risk-reward characteristics in a sector largely ignored by . David P. Stowell, in An Introduction to Investment Banks, Hedge Funds, and Private Equity, Asset-Backed Securities. Asset-backed securities are debt securities that have interest, and principal payments that are backed by underlying cash flows from other assets such as first mortgage loans, home equity loans, auto loans, credit card receivables, student loans, or equipment leases. Asset Backed Securities. Asset-Backed Securities (ABS)- An Overview. Asset-Backed Securities (ABS) Structure: Tranches, Maturities, Soft And Hard Bullets, Controlled Amortization This book is composed of all of the articles on economics on this website. The advantage of the book over using the website is that there are no advertisements. Asset-backed securities (ABS) and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) are two of the most important types of asset classes within the fixed-income sector. Author: Alexandra Yan.