The Oxford English Dictionary (Compact Edition) defines ‘securitisation’ as ‘the conversion of an asset, especially a loan, into marketable securities, typically for raising cash’. Securitisation is widely used because of the advantages it offers in terms of management of risk and raising funds. Frequently, a special purpose vehicle (SPV) will be used to raise funds in the market and this will lend to another company which holds the asset against which the funds are raised.

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