SecuritizationThis course examines the legal aspects of the multi-trillion dollar securitization industry. Securitization is a method of finance which seeks to minimize the bankruptcy risks that are faced by commercial lenders, but it provides other benefits to lenders and borrowers alike. The course will focus on the bankruptcy law, uniform commercial code, banking law, tax and international law issues that arise in structuring securitization transactions and how such issues are addressed by securitization attorneys in today’s legal and business environment.
Does this course satisfy the writing requirement? No
Does this course satisfy the skills requirement? No
Enrollment Cap: 20
Does this course have a waitlist? No
Additional information: A prior course in bankruptcy or commercial law is helpful, but not required.
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|O'Connell, Edward J.||Proctored Exam||Spring 2011|