Collateralized debt

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  • In recent years, the credit derivatives market has become extremely active. Especially credit default swaps (CDSs) and collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) have contributed to what has been an amazing development. The most important benefit of credit derivatives is their ability to transfer the credit risk of an arbitrary number of obligors in a simple, efficient, and standardized way, giving rise to a liquid market for credit risk that can be easily accessed by many market participants.

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  • Xung quanh một định nghĩa về Tài chính Phân lớp, Tài sản đã cơ cấu rủi ro hoặc Tài chính Cấu trúc, Tài sản đa lớp (Structured Finance) chúng tôi xin trình bày vài nét cơ bản như sau, để cộng đồng SAGA cùng góp ý và nghiên cứu thêm. Trong cuốn sách Collateralized Debt Obligations & Structured Finance (John Wiley & Sons, 2003) TS. J.

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  • Để thúc đẩy sự phát triển của thị trường địa ốc, thủ thuật CDO (Collaterized Debt Obligation) - dịch tạm là trái phiếu hay nghĩa vụ nợ có thế chấp cho vay mua nhà (mortgage) và CMO (Collaterized Mortgage Obligation hay Security) - trái phiếu hay CK thế chấp bằng nợ cho vay mua nhà được khai thác một cách triệt để

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  • There is a choice of books on securitization, collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), and structured credit products. In fact, both of us have written other books on the subject. This book, however, was conceived as a short, handy and easy-to-comprehend guide to securitization, minus technical details. The idea originated while both of us were working on a comprehensive article on securitization: One which says it all in a limited space and serves as a curtain-raiser on the subject.

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  • In recent years, the credit derivatives market has become extremely active. Especially credit default swaps (CDSs) and collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) have contributed to what has been an amazing development. The most important benefit of credit derivatives is their ability to transfer the credit risk of an arbitrary number of obligors in a simple, efficient, and standardized way, giv-ing rise to a liquid market for credit risk that can be easily accessed by many market participants.

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  • The U.S. newspaper industry is in the midst of a historic restructuring, buffeted by a deep recession that has battered crucial advertising revenues, long-term structural challenges as readers turn to free news and entertainment on the Internet, and heavy debt burdens weighing down some major media companies. Eight major U.S. newspaper companies filed for bankruptcy between 2008 and early 2010 (though nearly all have since emerged as reorganized companies), while hundreds of smaller papers went out of business or moved to Web-only publications.

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  • The issuer sells bonds to capital market investors and the proceeds are deposited in a collateral account, in which earnings from assets are collected and from which a floating rate is payed to the SPV. The sponsor enters into a reinsurance or derivative contract with the issuer and pays him a premium. The SPV usually gives quarterly coupon payments to the investors. The premium and the investment bond proceeds that the SPV received from the collateral are a source of interest or coupons paid to investors.

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  • The contraction of the ABCP market suggests an explanation for why bank balance sheets have not (so far) contracted as sharply as they did in 1998. The beginnings of the credit problems of 2007 were fi rst manifested by falling prices of securities that are associated with the subprime sector. For instance, the ABX indices started to fall in June of 2007. The ABX indices track the credit default swaps (CDS) associated with various rated tranches of collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) written on subprime mortgages, and are compiled by the London fi rm Markit.

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  • We propose the creation of “Trichet Bonds” as a comprehensive solution to the current sovereign debt crisis in the EU area. “Trichet Bonds,” to be named after the ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet, will be similar to “Brady Bonds” that resolved the Latin American debt crisis in the late 1980s and were named after the then Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady. Like the Brady Bonds, Trichet Bonds will be new long-duration bonds issued by countries in the EU area that will be collateralized by zero-coupon bonds of the same duration issued by the ECB.

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  • A mortgage is a form of debt that finances investment in property The debt is secured by the property. The mortgage is the difference between the down payment and the value to be paid for the property. Financial institutions such as savings institutions and mortgage companies originate mortgages. They accept mortgage applications and assess the creditworthiness of the applicants. The mortgage contract specifies the mortgage rate, the maturity, and the collateral that is backing the loan. The originator charges an origination fee.

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  • The past year has been good for doing business in 58 of the 145 Doing Business sample countries. They simplified some aspect of business regulations, strengthened property rights or made it easier for businesses to raise financing. Slovakia was the leading reformer: introducing flexible working hours, easing the hiring of first-time workers, opening a private credit registry, cutting the time to start a business in half and, thanks to a new collateral law, reducing the time to recover debt by three-quarters. Colombia was the runner-up.

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  • Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting is an annual publication designed to disseminate developments in the quantitative analysis of finance and accounting. The publication is a forum for statistical and quantitative analyses of issues in finance and accounting as well as applications of quantitative methods to problems in financial management, financial accounting, and businessmanagement.The objective is to promote interaction between academic research in finance and accounting and applied research in the financial community and the accounting profession....

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  • Tham khảo sách 'advances in quantitative analysis of finance and accounting volume 5', tài chính - ngân hàng, kế toán - kiểm toán phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • A secured loan is a loan in which the borrower pledges some asset (e.g. a car or property) as collateral for the loan, which then becomes a secured debt owed to the creditor who gives the loan. The debt is thus secured against the collateral — in the event that the borrower defaults, the creditor takes possession of the asset used as collateral and may sell it to regain some or all of the amount originally lent to the borrower, for example, foreclosure of a home.

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  • Society relies on well-functioning capital markets to promote economic progress in businesses and households. To that goal, academics argue that capital markets should provide for price discovery and liquidity, where the best way to find out what an asset is worth is to attempt to sell it. As long as there are a large number of market participants, bidding among them leads to price discovery, and an asset is sold quickly resulting in liquidity. Moreover, in a well functioning market the price should be close to its intrinsic value.

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  • Information asymmetry can be reduced via three ways: a firm’s ability to signal its credit worthiness (incl. an institutional assessment or rating by an independent agency and the provision of collateral), a strong relationship between lender and borrower, and through due diligence/lenders’ examination (screening). However, this means on the other hand that new or young firms, with a lack of collateral and by definition without track record are the ones with the greatest degree of difficulty accessing debt capital (Equinox, 2002).

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  • A number of studies (see, for example, Iacoviello (2005) or Calza et al (2009)) apply the nancial accelerator to the housing market, where a similar mechanism is at work. A reduction in interest rates increases the value of collateral (housing) by increasing the discounted value of future user costs. The borrowers' debt capacity and consequently the demand for housing increases further, generating an even larger increase in house prices. Persistence and amplication would be mutually reinforcing and propagate the effect of the initial shock to interest rates on housing activity.

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  • With several (not joint) guarantees enhanced by seniority and collateral, each guaranteeing Member State would again remain liable for its own share of Stability Bond issuance. However, to ensure that Stability Bonds would always be repaid, even in case of default, a number of credit enhancements could be considered by the Member States. First, senior status could be applied to Stability Bond issuance. Second, Stability Bonds could be partially collateralised (e.g. using cash, gold, shares of public companies etc.).

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  • Over the past decade covered bonds, or securities issued by financial institutions that are secured by dedicated collateral, have become one of the largest asset classes in the European bond market and an important source of finance for mortgage lending. The collateral, or “cover pool”, is usually put together so as to obtain the highest possible triple-A credit rating. As a consequence, covered bonds offer an alternative to developed country government securities for bond investors interested in only the most highly rated securities.

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