Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Courses M - S

472: Securitization

Credit Hours

2

Description

Securitization is an essential component of modern commercial finance. The highly structured nature of securitization transactions requires the reconciliation and consideration of a variety of legal issues, including the securities laws, bankruptcy law, various federal regulations, the law of secured transactions and corporation law. This multi-disciplinary course will explore those issues in the pragmatic context of documentation from actual securitization transactions. Evaluation will take the form of a final examination.