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Title: Governance and credit risks in asset-backed securitization
Authors: FAN GANGZHI
Keywords: financial innovation; asset-backed securitization; real estate; governance; credit risk valuation; moral hazard
Issue Date: 11-Apr-2005
Source: FAN GANGZHI (2005-04-11). Governance and credit risks in asset-backed securitization. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Asset-backed securitization (ABS) is a creative arrangement for raising funds through the issuance of marketable securities backed by predictable future cash flows from revenue-producing assets. ABS is an important development in the financial sector over the past two decades. ABS transactions have become a popular avenue for alternative sources of funding in Singapore. However, ABS is still a relatively new financial innovation in Singapore. Many important questions associated with asset securitization theory, governance and pricing have yet to be rigorously examined. This research is undertaken to investigate these issues, which include governance issues in ABS transactions, the moral hazard implication for ABS transactions and credit risk valuation of ABS bonds. This researcha??s findings are useful to academia, bankers, real estate developers and financial regulators.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/14570
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