Structured Finance in Latin America

Securitizations: Legal and Regulatory Issues

This chapter, "Structured Finance in Latin America," provides an overview of the securitization markets in Latin America. It is divided between discussions of two large groupings of deal types originating from Latin America: (a) those involving cross-border future flow structures, almost always executed with international investors, and (b) those involving local assets, often with local investors. The discussion focuses on issues of concern to foreign participants in such securitizations.

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Authored by Emil Arca and Federico De Noriega Olea, with support from Lauren H. Kimmel.


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Emil Arca
New York
Federico De Noriega Olea
Mexico City
Lauren Kimmel
Senior Associate
New York


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