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With ongoing consolidation in the financial services industry, finding an indenture trustee that can meet your changing needs is essential.
In order to avoid M&A-related disruptions, issuers and their advisors should investigate whether a corporate trust department or its parent company is likely to be acquired by another financial services institution.
A trustee plays a critical role in helping protect the interests of investors in a securitization transaction.
Asset securitizations are complex transactions involving multiple parties with multiple interests as well as accountants and legal professionals.
An experienced trustee at the center of the transaction can help steer all parties smoothly through the process.
Experienced trustees help to ensure that asset securitization will achieve the goals of the originator of the asset pool.
Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) are an integral part of many structured finance transactions, particularly asset securitizations.
SPVs can be created through a variety of entities, such as trusts, corporations, limited partnerships, and limited liability corporations.
In some cases, it may be desirable to remove assets and their corresponding liabilities from the balance sheet of the company, and a sale of the assets to an SPV will accomplish this.