asset-backed financing


asset-backed financing
asset-backed financing BANK, FIN Asset-backed-Finanzierung f, Vermögensbesicherungs-Finanzierung f, ABS-Finanzierung f (Finanzierung durch Übertragung mittel- oder längerfristiger Forderungen, z. B. aus Leasing- oder Hypothekenkreditverträgen, auf zu diesen Zweck gegründete Finanzierungs-, Zweck-, Einzweck- oder Objektgesellschaften = special purpose vehicles = SPVs, SIVs = structured investment vehicles oder Conduits, die sich bei steigendem Fristentransformationsrisiko = maturity transformation risk durch Ausgabe kurzfristig revolvierender Forderungspapiere, z. B. ABCP, refinanzieren; die auf kurze Sicht am Markt platzierten Schuldtitel sind damit nicht mehr durch eine Bank, sondern nur noch durch den erworbenen Forderungsbestand gedeckt, dessen Qualität mittelfristig variieren kann; durch Verbriefung = securitization eine für Banken attraktive Mobilisierungsmöglichkeit ursprünglich nichtfungibler Einzelrisiken und damit Freisetzung des unterliegenden, knappen Bank-Eigenkapitals für weitere Aktivitäten; cf ABS, financial engineering, Finanzalchemie)

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