Securitisation Investment Strategies


Securitisation investment strategies are endless, flexible and tailor-made. Clients can structure their products with an open architecture, securitise every kind of asset and turn them into a clearable and tradable security to fit their strategies. 


Actively Managed Certificates (AMCs)

Clients can structure their off-balance-sheet, risk-segregated trading strategy. The certificate can be easily distributed among qualified investors. 


Private Equity 

The securitised private equity investment becomes a bankable asset. This is a highly efficient way to access global capital markets as the issued EMTNs are provided with an ISIN and traded through global clearance and settlement platforms, such as Euroclear. 


Islamic Finance

Islamic finance does not allow for investments in interest-bearing (“riba”) products. Islamic securities are based on participation in the underlying business risk instead. Hence, the core requirement of Islamic finance products is that of being asset-based or asset-backed. As such, an asset-backed security is the natural fit for structuring Islamic finance transactions.


Real Estate

Securitisation of real estate converts the asset into a tradeable security on the financial markets. This is a flexible and efficient way to raise capital, to fund a real estate development project or to get the real estate portfolio off balance sheet.


Green Bonds

Institutional investors can securitise their investment strategy or assets into an EMTN and apply for green bond certification in collaboration with Sustainalytics. 


Art, IP and Other Tangible and Intangible Assets

Art has become increasingly popular as an asset class in the post-financial-crisis investment landscape. Investment opportunities in art, collection items or intellectual property (IP) such as brand royalties, music or film rights are typically illiquid and difficult to access.

Fund Shares

The securitisation of fund shares provides a bridge between the fund and the investor, allowing fund managers to sell to institutional investors through a new channel of broker dealers and private banks.


Digital Assets

Securitisation of cryptocurrencies and other tokens.


Private Debt

Private loans can be securitised into any type of bonds, including convertibles. This is a highly efficient way to access institutional fixed-income investors worldwide. 


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