Securitization Yearbook 1999

  • Cross-border securitization

    Entry to world markets By Paul Weiffenbach and Joseph Meehan of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, London

  • Emerging markets

    Political risk insurance and emerging markets structured securities By Thomas B Siebens and Lonnie S Keene of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy

  • IP assets

    Navigating uncharted waters - taking security interests in US trade marks By Deborah Schavey Ruff of Mayer, Brown & Platt, Chicago

  • Combining the benefits of debt and equity

    On the Formula One securitization, Morgan Stanley developed an innovative structure which allows issuers to combine the benefits of an equity offering and a bond issue. By Rob Mannix

  • Cayman Islands

    Asset-backed and structuring financing By Timothy Ridley, senior partner and Anthony Travers senior partner, Maples and Calder

  • Channel Islands

    Jersey is a leading international offshore finance centre of considerable strength and depth By Richard Gerwat and Shane Hollywood of Bedell Cristin, Jersey

  • Colombia

    During the past year some changes in the regulations applicable to securitization have taken place in Colombia By Jose Luis Suarez Parra and Ricardo Fandino De la Calle of Gomez Pinzon & Asociados, Bogota

  • Finland

    Securitization of Receivables By Tarja Wist and Ernst Gronblom of Waselius& Wist, Helsinki

  • Germany

    Asset securitization - Developments in Germany By Peter Scherer LLM Punder Volhard Weber & Axster, Frankfurt

  • Italy

    The New Italian Securitization Law

  • Japan

    By Tsunemasa Terai and Brian A Yeager of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, New York

  • Philippines

    Securitization, as a sophisticated form of discounting or factoring receivables, gained official recognition in 1991 when the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the Philippines issued the Rules on Registration and Sale of Asset-Backed Securities. By Rafael A Morales of SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan, Manila

  • Portugal

    By Maria João Ricou and António Mouteira Guerreiro of Gonçalves Pereira, Castelo Branco & Associados, Lisbon

  • Singapore

    By Lee Suet-Fern of Wong Partnership, Singapore

  • United States

    It's moving the cash flow - stupidBy Frederick L Feldkamp of Foley & Lardner, Chicago