structured finance

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The creation of complex debt instruments by securitization or the addition of derivatives to existing instruments. Structured finance typically involves the pooling of assets, the tranching of liabilities (see tranche), and the creation of special purpose vehicles to limit risk. See asset-backed security; collateralized debt obligation.

Subjects: Accounting — Financial Institutions and Services.

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