Securitisation and Structured Finance

We are Stibbe Securitisation and Structured Finance specialists

Advising a broad spectrum of clients including originators (public and private sectors), banks, investors and regulators, our team handles some of the most complex transactions in the Benelux.

Securitisation and Structured Finance

As a leading securitisation and structured finance practice in the Benelux, we play key roles in many complex transactions, innovations and in the development of standards and regulation.

With market-leading practices in tax, finance, real estate and capital markets, we are well placed to handle all structured finance transactions. As a result, our team handles most asset classes and transaction types including investments in SPVs by domestic and foreign financial institutions, repo and reverse repo transactions, asset-backed commercial paper, tier one transactions, and domestic/cross-border leveraged leasing transactions involving various types of assets.

Regarding securitisation, we assist corporate borrowers and financial institutions, advising on the structuring and implementation of cash and synthetic securitisations, conduit and term transactions, various structured products (including CDOs) as well as whole business securitisation. We have experience with most asset classes including car loans, trade receivables, real estate (residential and commercial), commodities inventory, tax receivables and others.

Furthermore, our service includes complex litigation on structured products and hybrid instruments.

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