Securitisation swap

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Interest rate risk management.

A securitisation swap is an interest rate swap or a cross-currency interest rate swap undertaken in a securitisation.

It is designed to hedge the interest rate risk or currency risk arising from any mismatches between the securities issued and the assets in the securitisation portfolio.

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