What are the Different Asset Classes in Securitisation?

What are the Different Asset Classes in Securitisation?

In this video, Francesco explains the various types of assets where securitisation can be used. He'll also take us through new asset classes emerging in the ABS market.
Overview

A variety of asset classes can be securitised: the sponsors vary from financial institutions, to alternative lenders to corporates: their motivation is often different, with often transactions executed by banks driven by both capital and funding, while new lenders are more focused in obtaining complementary financing. Corporates are keen to explore securitisation for funding purposes as well as off-balance sheet treatment.

Key learning objectives:

  • What is RMBS?

  • What are commercial mortgage backed securities?

  • What key products are offered by the Speciality Finance Market?

  • Do corporates use securitisation?

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Francesco Dissera

Francesco Dissera

Francesco is currently heading the securitisation team in Alantra’s London office. He has more than 23 years of investment banking and capital markets experience. Francesco spent 14 years at UBS, building the securitisation and covered bond business across EMEA, before going on to lead the EMEA securitisation team. Francesco has originated and executed more than 80 ABS transactions across EMEA with a focus on FIG, Corporate and Government related assets.

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