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Securitization is a means of raising finance secured on the back of identifiable and predictable cash flows derived from a particular set of assets. Almost any asset that generates a predictable income stream can be securitized. The process of securitization involves the creation of a bankruptcy remote company known as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) or Issuer. The SPV will purchase pooled assets (a selected portion of the book of business) and issue (sell) multiple classes of securities (bonds) which reflect the value of the pooled assets to the Capital Markets, thus raising capital.
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