Residential Mortgage Securitisation: The Australian Perspective

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Rajapakse, PJ
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Professor Ugo Mattei, University of California, Hasting College of Law

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2005
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The purpose of this article is to examine the mechanics of and the structuring issues in a residential mortgage securitisation program in Australia. It focuses on practical issues, such as the structure of the RMBS program; procedural aspects of the mortgage origination process; the establishment of the SPV and the transfer of the lender's rights to it; the issuance of the mortgage-backed bonds; the credit enhancement mechanisms that are available; and related operational aspects, such as the appointment of a fund manager or other ancillary service providers. Finally, the article summarises the process of structuring a RMBS program and identifies the key issues that arise throughout the process that may be addressed through further research.

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Global Jurist Topics

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5

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© 2005 Berkeley Electronic Press. Reproduced in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. This journal is available online - use hypertext links.

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