Asset-backed securities are securities whose income payments and values are derived from a specified pool of underlying assets. They consist of receivables other than mortgage loans. The securities are collateralized by a pool of assets such as leases, credit card debts, royalties or receivables.
Asset backed securities usually have three tranches which are a group of loans with similar characteristics. The tranches are divided into class A, B and C, with tranch A being the senior most and is usually the largest. Tranch A has a high investment rating and is therefore more attractive to investors.
Tranch B is of a lower credit quality than tranch A. Tranch C is the lower one of the two and is designed to absorb credit losses. It is mostly not sold to investors due to its poor credit quality. There are different types of asset backed securities;
The cash flow modeling for Asset- Based Securities is used to generate projected collateral cash flows under a particular loss and delinquency scenario. For a cash flow modeling to be considered efficient it has to contain the following attributes;
The cash flow modeling for Asset – Backed securities is important in controlling chaos in the market trends and the forecasting of losses. For a free consultation please go to https://www.mortgageauditsonline.com/
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