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Structured finance

Structured finance Definition

Structured finance describes any non-standard way of raising money. Companies resort to structured finance techniques for a variety of reasons. For example, conventional loans, debentures or equity may be either unavailable or too expensive. As such, structured solutions tend to be tailor-made to suit a borrower's needs.

Typical examples of structured finance are: securitization, convertible bonds, collateralized debt obligations and calable bonds.








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