Synthetic, Insurance and Hedge Fund Securitisations

Posted: 3 Dec 2003

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Paul Ali

University of Melbourne - Law School

Jan Job de Vries Robbe

Minter Ellison

Abstract

This book provides a practitioner-oriented guide to the key legal and structuring issues that arise in innovative securitisation transactions, under Anglo-Australian law. The transactions on which the book focuses are (i) the securitisation of non-traditional assets and (ii) the disaggregation of financial assets into their component risks and the synthetic securitisation of discrete risks.

Chapters: (1) Securitisation - An Introduction; (2) Credit Derivatives - The Gateway to Synthetic Securitisation; (3) Synthetic Securitisation - Should Every Bank have One?; (4) Synthetic Arbitrage - Merger of Credit Derivatives, Securitisation and Asset Management; (5) Insurance Securitisation - Convergence of the Insurance and Capital Markets; (6) Hedge Fund Securitisation - Repackaging Funds of Hedge Funds; (7) Intellectual Property Securitisation - Crystallising the Value of Brand Names and Ideas; (8) Whole of Business Securitisation - Unlocking the Wealth Within

Keywords: Credit Derivatives, Securitisation, Synthetic Securitisation,

JEL Classification: G15, G21, G32, K22

Suggested Citation

Ali, Paul and de Vries Robbe, Jan Job, Synthetic, Insurance and Hedge Fund Securitisations. SYNTHETIC, INSURANCE AND FUND SECURITISATIONS, Thomson Lawbook Company. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=472281

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