Seeking the rationale behind structured finance
While traditionally associated almost exclusively with balance sheet management by financial institutions, structured finance is now being embraced by an increasing number of companies as their financing method of choice. Yet the exact circumstances in which these complex arrangements make sense are not well understood. This article sheds some light on a topic that is at the frontier of financial innovation.
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