Life-Settlement Securitizations Called ‘Unrealistic’

Securitization of life settlements is “unrealistic” because of several complex issues involved, according to Andrew Walters, finance director at London-based Assured Fund.

  • 16 Nov 2009
Securitization of life settlements is “unrealistic” because of several complex issues involved, according to Andrew Walters, finance director at London-based Assured Fund. Walters, in describing some of the complexities, said, that to maintain assets there is “a continual cash outflow by way of premium payments, and at the ...

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