9781402412943 (loose-leaf) 1402412940 (loose-leaf)
Practising Law Institute's corporate and securities law library.
"Covered bonds are debt instruments that have recourse either to the issuing entity or to an affiliated group to which the issuing entity belongs, or both, and upon an issuer default, also have recourse to a pool of collateral (the 'covered pool') separate from the issuer's other assets"--[Section] 1:6.1. "#24825."
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
v. 1. An introduction to covered bonds History of covered bonds outside the United States Covered bond case study : Germany Covered bond case study : United Kingdom Non-U.S. covered bonds market Covered bonds ratings Alternative funding sources History and development of covered bonds in the United States U.S. covered bond case study and regulatory framework Documentation of U.S. covered bonds v. 2. Appendices.
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Print version: Covered bonds handbook. New York, N.Y. : Practising Law Institute, c2012-