What are the uses of Securitisation?

What are the uses of Securitisation?

In this video, Francesco digs deeper into the topic of securitisation, covering more advanced terms such as why financial institutions use securitisation, synthetic securitisation, the different tranches of securitisation and what they mean for investors. He finishes by discussing what makes it appealing to investors and what we can expect in the future.
Overview

In this video Francesco explores that Securitisation more than a product is a technique allowing the owner of a receivables or a series of them to obtain financing and in some circumstances to also achieve capital relief (and/or accounting derecognition).

Key learning objectives:

  • Identify why financial institutions use securitisation

  • Define synthetic securitisation

  • Explain the different tranches of 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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