This is an introductory course intended to provide a foundation on securitisation for anyone who wishes to become involved in field, or who has come across it in the course of their job and requires more detail.
Securitisation is a process by which illiquid assets such as cash flows and connected contract rights are pooled and repackaged into marketable instruments representing claims against the asset pool. These securities are then sold to third-party investors. Securitisation can be a cheaper and more flexible source of long-term financing than bank finance, particularly for companies below investment grade.
Join us for a fifteen-hour course, held over five days.
When and where?
This course is not currently scheduled.
Topics to be covered include:
- Legal and regulatory review
- Capital treatment – economic v regulatory
- Current, forthcoming regulatory developments in Europe
- Local regulatory issues
- Investor considerations – credit, concentrations, regulatory limitations
- Putting together a deal
- Rating of a deal
- Accounting and tax
- Role of trustee and directors
- Managing board meetings
- Role of the JSE and listing requirements
The course will be presented by prominent members of the South African Securitisation Forum (SASF) and experts in the field of finance and regulatory reform.
Download the provisional programme.
R3,800 per person
A certificate of attendance from UCT will be issued to those who attend all five sessions of the course.
How to sign up
Complete and submit the registration form. You will then be given the payment information. Please note that registrations will not be accepted until payment has been made.
One or two days before the course, we will send you the Zoom link. You will need to register and use a password to access the course.
Registrations close three days before the course starts.
Download the brochure.