Definition for : Debt securitisation fund
A debt Securitisation fund is one of the types of SPVs, which receives the flows of Interest and Principal payments emanating from the loans it bought from the banks (or non-banking companies). The fund uses the proceeds to cover its obligations on the securities it issued.
(See Chapter 22 Shares of the Vernimmen)
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