Special purpose vehicles (spv)
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The Financial Conduct Authority has exempted structured products from the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive in the UK, but products issued by offshore special purpose vehicles could sti...
Reserve financing using offshore captives is big business in the US. Yet what started as an innovative method of moving excessive reserve requirements off balance sheet has turned, in some regulator...
US clearing rules do not exempt SPVs, but industry is split on whether other exemptions - for unclearable swaps - would apply
At least six banks are talking to lawyers and rating agencies about reviving derivatives product companies, although AAA ratings may now be off the table
Using non-financial corporate bonds instead of bank bonds to underpin structured products could encourage more investors to consider them, as it would help diversify the counterparty risk within a p...
A proposed ban on the promotion of Unregulated Collective Investment Schemes and ‘similar products', drafted by the UK's Financial Services Authority, will include some structured products issued ...
Securitisation would be "a lot less viable" if SPVs do not qualify for clearing exemption, says Isda
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The Securities and Futures Commission's new rules will force dealers to offer secondary pricing and give investors a five-day option to back out of longer-dated trades
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