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Securitization in India: Challenges and Opportunities

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Introduction:
Securitization constitutes a key segment of structured finance. It is a technique by which identified receivables and other financial assets can be packaged into transferable securities and sold to investors. The instruments issued under a Securitization deal derive their value from the cash flows (current or future) or collateral value of a specified financial asset or pool of financial assets, general debt obligations or other financial receivables. Normally, these instruments do not have any recourse to the Originator other than aforementioned assets and specified third party support mechanisms that are clearly defined and are not unlimited (i.e. credit enhancements). The rationale behind this project is to understand the concepts of securitization as the potential market in India for securitization business is estimated at over a trillion of rupees. In the Indian context, securitization is the only ray of hope for funding resource starved infrastructure sectors like Power.Securitization can help Indian borrowers with international assets in piercing the sovereign rating and placing an investment grade structure. In the Indian context, securitization is the only ray of hope for funding resource starved infrastructure sectors like Power. For power utilities burdened with delinquent receivables from state electricity boards (SEBs), securitization seems to be the only hope of meeting resource requirements. As on December 31, 1998, overall SEB dues only to the central agencies were over Rs. 184 billion.
Securitization can help Indian borrowers with international assets in piercing the sovereign rating and placing an investment grade structure. An example, albeit failed, is that of Air India’s aborted attempt to securitize its North American ticket receivables. Such structured transactions can help premier corporates to obtain a superior pricing than a borrowing based on their non-investment grade corporate rating.

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY:
- To understand the conceptual framework of securitization
- To understand the operational mechanism in practice
- To analyze the problems and prospects of securitization in India

Number of Pages of Project Report: 88
Package Includes: Synopsis/ Project Proposal + Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
Chapter 1: Rationale of the Project
- Objective
- Research Methodology
- Exploratory Research
- Sample Design and Selection
Chapter 2: Conceptual Framework and Operational Mechanism
- What is Securitization?
- Participants of the Securitization Process
- Generic Deal Diagram
- Classification of Securitization
- Types of Risks Involved
- Credit Enhancement/Mitigation Structures
- Process of Securitization
- Ways of Asset Transfer
- Legal, Taxation and Regulatory Considerations
- Benefits of Securitization
- Securitization Applications
- Credit Card Receivables
Chapter 3: Indian Perspective and Experience
- Securitization in India
- Evaluation of the Rbi Guidelines laid down for Securitization in India
- Critical Evaluation of the Securitization Law introduced in India
- Major Securitization Deals in India
Chapter 4: Case Studies
Case Study 1: NHB - HDFC RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE BASED SECURITIES (RMBS) ISSUE
Case Study 2: India Infrastructure Developers Limited (IIDL)
Chapter 5: Securitization in Banks
Chapter 6: Bibliography and References
Chapter 7: Annexure


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