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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.


(sɪˈkjʊərɪtaɪz) or


vb (tr)
(Banking & Finance) finance to reduce the risk of (a loan) by the use of such securities as eurobonds
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RCC), the state-run debt collector, said Friday it has signed an agreement to set trust beneficiary rights and securitize nonperforming loans to be sold by Asahi Bank and other banks.
Though the government-subsidized mortgage securitization market has flourished for decades, banks have more recently begun to securitize many other asset types.
Another financing approach is for franchisors to securitize their future royalty stream.
Smaller companies that securitize are either young (two to five years old) and in a growth-mode, or they are relatively mature, having reached a plateau in their market niche.
A mortgage banking enterprise that purchases or originates mortgage loans with a definitive plan to sell or securitize those loans and retain the mortgage servicing rights shall allocate the cost of the mortgage loans based on the relative fair values at the date of purchase or origination.
Moreover, experience in other sectors of the credit markets where securitization has become widespread suggests that securitization of small business loans could confer benefits on banks and other financial institutions that originate, securitize, and invest in these loans.
Moreover, experience in other sectors of the credit markets in which securitization has taken place suggests that securitization of small business loans could yield similar benefits to banks and other financial institutions that originate and securitize these loans.
Banking organizations may also seek to securitize assets to accomplish several other objectives.
The options were obtaining a conventional construction mini-perm - which a number of sources said they were interested in providing with a five to seven-year fixed and floating rate - or to securitize the office leases.
The two Equitable Companies' units will team to originate, underwrite and securitize loans ranging from $2 million to $25 million and above.
This program allows lenders to gradually gain experience with securitization and build a reputation within the market, until the lender is prepared to securitize its loans on a stand alone or independent basis.
However, in order to create new financing products, Wall Street investment bankers devised a way to securitize real estate assets.