Structured Finance Yearbook 2002

  • Introduction

  • About the author

  • Overview

    The new 2003 American securitization model: isolation and risk diversification By Frederick L Feldkamp of Foley & Lardner

  • Asia

  • About the authors

  • Asia overview

    Securitization in Asia By Neil Campbell and Balbir Bindra of Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, Hong Kong

  • Australia

    By Ninian Lewis and Sonia Goumenis of Clayton Utz, Sydney

  • India

    By Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co., Mumbai

  • Japan

    Consumer loan receivables securitization in Japan By Christopher Lewis and Howard Goldwasser of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, Tokyo

  • Korea

    By Sean Bulmer of Simmons & Simmons, Hong Kong

  • Taiwan

    Taiwan puts securitization framework in place By William Bryson, Shirlie Pai, Emad Khalil, Jeff Chen, Richard Ham of Jones Day Reavis & Pogue

  • Europe

  • About the authors

  • Finland

    Cross-border structured finance: vessel financing By Tarja Wist and Hans Wassgren of Waselius & Wist

  • France

    Regaining the momentum, unlocking the potential By Luc Rentmeesters and Pierre Tallot, Allen & Overy, Paris

  • Germany

    Whole business securitization in Germany By Ulf Kreppel of Allen & Overy, Frankfurt

  • Italy

    Synthetic securitization: a growing funding technique By Simonetta Andrioli and Luca Dezzani of Zini and Associates, Milan

  • The Netherlands

    By Daphne Brinkhuis and Philippe Steffens of Clifford Chance LLP

  • Portugal

    A new era for securitizations By Miguel Castro Pereira and Inês Batalha Mendes of Abreu, Cardigos & Associados, Lisbon

  • Spain

    By José Guardo of Garrigues, Abogados y Asesores Tributarios, Madrid

  • Switzerland

    By Markus Kroll and Evan Spangler of Walder Wyss & Partner, Zurich

  • The Americas

  • About the authors

  • Brazil

    Receivables securitization in Brazil By Alexandre Barreto and Ronald Herscovici of Souza, Cescon Avedissian, Barrieu e Flesch Advogados, São Paulo

  • Canada

    Canada: participation broadening but industry faces challenges By John J Tobin and Stephen Redican of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Toronto

  • Cayman Islands

    Use of special purpose companies By Gavin Lowe, Maples and Calder