Accessing Capital Markets through Securitization

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Frank J. Fabozzi, CFA
John Wiley & Sons, May 2, 2001 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
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This innovative collection, written by securitization professionals and edited by finance guru Frank Fabozzi, thoroughly explains the basics and the mechanics of securitization and shows how securitization can help more institutions offer innovative fixed-income products.

Further, it discusses the effects of the capital markets on securitization and helps financial professionals decide whether or not to securitize. Filled with strategies and techniques, financial professionals will learn how to use float asset-backed offerings and how to hedge against risk and default.
 

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Contents

Securitization Basics
13
The Anatomy of a Securitization
25
Credit Enhancement in ABS Structures 3 5
35
Observations on Effecting Your First AssetBacked Securities Offering
41
To Securitize or Not?
63
Strategies for Community Bankers
73
The Structure Economics and Risk of Conduits
93
FASIT Flexibility Applied to Subprime Securitizations
111
The Measurement of Prepayments and Defaults in ABS Markets
141
Understanding MBSABS L oss Terminology 15 3
153
Developing the Prospectus Prepayment Curve for
161
Securitization and Other Structured Finance
171
Manufactured Housing Securitization
193
Promoting Securitization in Emerging Economies
205
Glossary of Frequently Used Terms in Asset Securitization
217
Copyright

Strategic Choices in Asset Sales
121

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About the author (2001)

Frank J. Fabozzi, Ph.D., CFA, is a financial consultant, the editor of the Journal of Portfolio Management, and an Adjunct Professor of Finance at Yale University's School of Management strategic choices of asset sales; as well as MBS/ABS Loss terminology.

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