Securitisation achieving tax neutrality

Structured finance ()
Ensuring that the tax consequences of a securitisation transaction are known with certainty in relation to both the originator and the issuer is a vital aspect of structuring and implementing the transaction.

Previous issues of Structured finance publications

Aug 2012 Global structured finance group
Jul 2012 Accounting developments
Jul 2012 Special purpose entities consolidation and disclosure
Jun 2012 Securitisation after the credit crunch
Jun 2012 Accounting developments for special purpose entities
Jun 2012 Securitisation services to CLOs and CDOs
Jun 2012 Securitisation achieving tax neutrality
Jun 2012 Securitisation financial reporting avoiding the common pitfalls
Jun 2012 Securitisation new due diligence challenges
Jun 2012 Securitisation working with arrangers and managers
Jun 2012 Securitisation working with originators
Jun 2012 Structured credit and derivative transaction reviews