This innovative collection, written by securitization professionals and edited by finance guru Frank Fabozzi, thoroughly explains the basics and the mechanics of securitization and shows how securitization can help more institutions offer innovative fixed-income products.<br> <br> Further, it discusses the effects of the capital markets on securitization and helps financial professionals decide whether or not to securitize. Filled with strategies and techniques, financial professionals will learn how to use float asset-backed offerings and how to hedge against risk and default.
"Frank Fabozzi's series is the gold standard for investment reference books. Always topical and often influential this is the first place I send students or practitioners when they want to get up to speed on a new area." (Stephen A. Ross, Franco Modigliani Professor of Finance and Economics, Sloan School, MIT)
"The Fabozzi series provides the ultimate educational encyclopedia for the global debt capital markets. Each day, billions of dollars of debt securities trade around the world according to the principles clearly and comprehensively explained in this unrivaled series dedicated to the advancement of our knowledge-based profession." (Jack Malvey, Managing Director, Chief Global Fixed-Income Strategist, Lehman Brothers)
"When in doubt, you can always look it up in a book by Frank Fabozzi. Fabozzi, who's not called the Prolific Professor for nothing, has written or edited dozens of textbooks on investing--all rock-solid, for advanced investors only." (Jason Zwieg, Money.com)