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1. ''Pensions''.  
 
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''Pensions''.  
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In relation to a pension scheme, an organisation (usually the employer or former employer of the members of the pension scheme) which establishes the scheme and which has obligations to fund the scheme.
 
In relation to a pension scheme, an organisation (usually the employer or former employer of the members of the pension scheme) which establishes the scheme and which has obligations to fund the scheme.
  
  
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2. ''Securitisation Regulation.''
  
More generally, a corporate body or individual creating or supporting the activities of another corporate body or individual.
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For the purposes of the Securitisation Regulation, the sponsor of a securitisation is a party that sets up the securitisation and manages it, but does not securitise its own assets.
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Any corporate body or individual creating or supporting the activities of another corporate body or individual.
  
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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* [[Issuer]]
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* [[Originator]]
 
* [[Pension scheme]]
 
* [[Pension scheme]]
* [[Special Purpose Entity]]
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* [[Securitisation]]
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* [[Securitisation Regulation]]
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* [[Security]]
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[[Category:Accounting,_tax_and_regulation]]

Latest revision as of 10:08, 10 July 2019

1. Pensions.

In relation to a pension scheme, an organisation (usually the employer or former employer of the members of the pension scheme) which establishes the scheme and which has obligations to fund the scheme.


2. Securitisation Regulation.

For the purposes of the Securitisation Regulation, the sponsor of a securitisation is a party that sets up the securitisation and manages it, but does not securitise its own assets.


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Any corporate body or individual creating or supporting the activities of another corporate body or individual.


See also