[Webinar] Structured Finance: Securitisation and Repacks Involving Cayman Orphan Structures
In recent years, the use of structured finance products such as securitisation and note repacks have grown in popularity in Hong Kong and serves both as an alternative financial tool and investment product. The Cayman Islands have been a hub for securitisation for many years, and its orphan structures are particularly well-suited to the offshore structured financial transactions.
The seminar aims to give an overview of structured finance, with a focus on securitisation and note repacks. It will explore the key features of such types of financing, including bankruptcy remoteness, true sale and limited recourse. It will also examine the use of Cayman orphan SPV structures to facilitate such transactions.
1. What is Structured Finance?
2. Securitisation and Repacks
3. Benefits of Structured Finance
4. Achieving bankruptcy remoteness and off-balance sheet treatment
5. Role of the Cayman SPV
6. Common questions relating to the orphan structure
Who should attend
Anyone who is or will be dealing in or advising on securities and is interested in alternative structured note products.
Any asset managers and investors who would like to explore and understand alternative credit solutions.
Fiona was selected as one of the region's 10 most notable offshore lawyers of the Asian Legal Business' Offshore Client Choice List 4 years in a row from 2017-2020. She was also selected as one of the 2017 Influential Women in Re/Insurance by Intelligent Insurer and recognized in Legal 500 Asia-Pacific (Offshore).
Prior to joining Appleby, Melissa practised banking and finance law at another offshore law firm and another international law firm. Melissa is also admitted as a solicitor in the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court to practice BVI law.
Please note: This webinar will be delivered via WebEx. To qualify for CPT/OPT hours, participants are required to attend the full webinar.
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