Receivables securitisation

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Assets - tradeable securities - receivables finance.

Receivables securitisation is a form of receivables finance.

Securitisation generally means converting non-tradeable assets into tradeable securities.

In the case of receivables finance, the underlying non-tradeable assets that are converted into into tradeable securities are customer receivables.

Common forms of receivables finance products - receivables securitisation
"Receivables securitisation is generally suitable for a relatively granular and diverse pool of customer receivables of at least $50-75m+ and preferably without significant customer concentrations (although structural tweaks can be available to deal with this).
The structure often uses a special purpose vehicle to buy and sell receivables."
Unleashing the power of receivables finance: a guide - The Treasurer online - November 2023.

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