Securitization of Financial Assets

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Aspen Publishers Online, Dec 18, 2012 - Law - 2118 pages
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Contents

VOLUME 1
v
Acknowledgments To Third Edition
xi
Chapter 1
1-1
Outline and Glossary
2-1
Chapter 4
2-4
Identifying Legal Accounting Related Issues
3-3
A Brief Summary of Structures Utilized in the Securitization
4-1
Chapter 5
5-1
11A 01 SECs ABS Rule Change Proposal 11A7
11-215
11A 03 SEC Rules Mandated by the DoddFrank Act 11A79
11-287
11A 04 FDIC Adopts New Securitization Safe Harbors 11A98
11-306
Registration Under the Investment Company Act of 1940 121
12-1
Chapter 13
13-1
Chapter 14
14-1
Chapter 15
15-1
The HartScottRodino Act 151
15-15

Chapter 10
5-10
Chapter 12
5-12
the Sellers Bankruptcy Estate Even Though Transaction
5-87
The foregoing certifications are given subject to any and all defenses
6-5
Chapter 6
6-6
Relationship Between the Purchaser and the Obligor 685
6-85
Chapter 7
7-1
Chapter 8
7-10
Credit Liquidity and Other Enhancements
8-1
Chapter 9
8-9
The Role of the Trustee in Securitization Transactions
9-1
Tax Issues 101
10-1
VOLUME 2
10-107
Securities Laws 111
11-11
Chapter 16
11-16
Chapter
11-209
Real Estate 161
16-1
Chapter 17
17-17
Chapter 18
18-1
Chapter 19
19-1
Chapter 20
20-1
Chapter 21
21-1
Tables of Statutes Rules Codes STAT1
21-29
Table of Accounting Auditing Materials ACCT1
21-93
Tables of Tax Materials TAX1
21-101
Tables of SEC Materials SEC1
21-109
Tables of Bank Regulatory Materials BANK1
21-135
Table of International Materials INT1
21-149
Table of Cases CASES1
21-175
Index
I-1
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