Securitization is a financial process in which assets are pooled together and converted into marketable securities. These securities are then sold to investors, who receive a stream of payments from the underlying assets. Securitization is used to raise capital for a variety of purposes, including financing mortgages, auto loans, and student loans.
Securitization is a complex process that involves a number of different parties, including originators, underwriters, trustees, and investors. Read more