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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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In subsequent years, a number of other states followed suit and life insurance securitization expanded.
Life insurance securitization has been an important life insurance financial innovation since 1988.
In the feedback to the draft regulations it was noted that some life insurance securitization transactions structured in the United States have utilized a holding company to raise funds from the capital markets, and an SPRV to utilize those funds.
and Chris Brockwell, senior vice president-insurance linked securities with Swiss Re Capital Markets, New York--looked at the growth of the life insurance securitization market.
A third generalization is that the life insurance securitization transactions executed to date have tended to be quite complex.
life insurance securitization market has grown in recent years, driven by a combination of higher reserving requirements and growing expense and capacity issues associated with more traditional reinsurance alternatives.
Many parties participate in a life insurance securitization, with the two most important being the insurance companies structuring the transactions and the investors buying the securities.
But in 2005 as many as six life insurance securitization deals were completed, compared with roughly one per year from 1996 through 2002, and the amount of capital raised also reached a new high at $2.

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