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tr.v. se·cu·ri·tized, se·cu·ri·tiz·ing, se·cu·ri·tiz·es
To transfer (a group of loans, receivables, or other illiquid assets) to a separate company and issue tradable securities based on those assets.

se·cur′i·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.


(sɪˌkjʊərɪtaɪˈzeɪʃən) or


(Banking & Finance) finance the use of such securities as eurobonds to enable investors to lend directly to borrowers with a minimum of risk but without using banks as intermediaries
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Although some catastrophe bonds were issued on the property/casualty side, securitization transactions in the life insurance market were not common.
The American Securitization Forum (ASF) will host ASF 2006, the only conference developed for and by the securitization industry, from Sunday, January 29 through Wednesday, February 1, 2006 at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas.
While authorized (57 percent) and offshore reinsurance (44 percent) are currently the most popular means of addressing capital needs, securitization is showing a dramatic increase in popularity.
Securitization of derivatives and alternative asset classes, yearbook 2005.
When accounting under FAS 140, "Accounting for Transfers and Servicing of Financial Assets and the Extinguishment of Liabilities," for the securitization and sale of credit card receivables, and in computing the gain or loss on sale, a banking organization (seller) should report the AIR asset on the date of transfer, at adjusted cost, based on its relative fair (market) value.
This issue, Effect of a "Removal of Accounts" Provision on the Accounting for a Credit Card Securitization, considers whether such provisions should affect the sales treatment often accorded these transactions.
It includes: detailed discussion of the assets that can be securitized; rating agency considerations; the legal structure of securitization transactions; tax consequences for issuers and investors; the effect of an issuer' bankruptcy; contractual restrictions; regulatory concerns; cross-border and future-flow transactions; financial guaranty insurance; insurance securitizations; and securitization issues unique to specific foreign countries.
Triple-X securitization has generated a strong interest among structured finance professionals because of a potentially large opportunity in the life insurance industry.
He had acquired an increasing expertise in securitization investments, a relatively new financing method in the late 1980's that was beginning to mature and become more intriguing to real estate developers.
Title II seeks to increase the availability of credit to small businesses by facilitating the securitization of small business loans.
com/research/479996/real_estate_securi) has announced the addition of the "Real Estate Securitization Handbook 2009-2010" report to their offering.
Triple-X securitization can be characterized as the "securitization of the business of an enterprise," in contrast with traditional securitization, which is the "securitization of assets of an enterprise.