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Asset Securitization in the UAE (Part II) - STA Law Firm

Articles on Arbitration in Dubai & UAE, Banking, UAE Criminal Law & Extradition, Dubai Property Law, Trademarks and IP, Aviation by Lawyers in Dubai – STA…

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How Turkey decided to establish a SWF

The Turkish model of SWF will be a mystery in terms of its motives, as we might never know the higher-ups thinking of founding it, and founding it now. 952 more words

Turkish Politics

S&P: Mortgage-backed security market making a comeback in 2017 First quarter issuance doubled 2016’s total

First quarter issuance doubled 2016’s total

By Ben Lane at Housingwire.com

http://www.housingwire.com/articles/39794-sp-mortgage-backed-security-market-making-a-comeback-in-2017

Editor’s Note: Does anyone else seek stark similarities between what happened in 2007/08 and what is happening now?  503 more words

Foreclosure

P2P Lender Who Accidentally Bankrolled San Bernardino Massacre Strikes $5 Billion Deal With Jefferies, Soros

Over the past week, I’ve given readers a window into the sometimes seedy world of marketplace lending.

The P2P phenomenon was all the rage there for a while, but fell on hard times when choppy credit markets and questions about the model sapped demand for the loans the companies originate. 990 more words

Securitization

Wall Street, Hedge Funds, Billionaire Investors, the Corrupt Federal Government and the Student Loan Scam


Student loans are a scam intended to redistribute income from college students to wealthy individual and institutional investors. College students today owe more than $1.4 trillion dollars in student loans, and that figure is getting bigger by the day. 1,273 more words

Marketplace Lending Securitization Comes of Age

An excellent summary of the fast maturing market for the securitization of marketplace loans, or fintech loans as they are also commonly known, has been prepared by… 21 more words

Securitization

Trump's deportations begin

As The Intercept‘s Ryan Devereaux pointed out last Thursday, Trump’s travel ban on people from a group of predominantly Muslim countries, selected on a somewhat questionable basis if the aim is to counter “terrorist threats”, together with the high theatre of his border wall project, distracted attention from two January 29 executive orders that hardened the enforcement of measures against immigrants already in place in the United States. 1,083 more words

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