For the approach to international security, see Securitization (international relations).
Securitization is a structured finance process that distributes risk by aggregating assets in a pool (often by selling assets to a special purpose entity), then issuing new securities backed by the assets and their cash flows. The securities are sold to investors who share the risk and reward from those assets.
by Stacie L 7 years ago
US Treasury to sell $142 bn of mortgage assetsWASHINGTON (AFP) – The US Treasury Department on Monday said it would start selling-off mortgage-backed securities worth an estimated $142 billion, in an effort to close another chapter of the financial crisis.The department said each month it will...
by Gary Anderson 9 years ago
The new world order is the economic control of the world by international bankers. It is a one world economic system that has abused the middle classes through liar loans and scam rules from Basil 2 that allowed banks to hide toxic assets OFF balance sheet. This international banker class has now...
by sir_tallest 5 years ago
What international language do you think is good to learn apart from english....considering china becoming a major a very respected economy...but some european countries are still very power and won't be bad if you can speak the language,,,,what language can u recommend
by MichaelStonehill 7 years ago
Which is your favorite language besides your native language? Why?
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