CONVERTING NON-MARKETABLE SECURITIES TO MARKETABLE SECURITIES
HOW SECURITISATION WORKS

Auxilium Partners structures and generates the funding through a process called securitization, which is a method using singular or grouped assets as collateral. Such collateral is used to create an asset backed issued tradeable security in return for the cost of capital. These can then be issued as exchange traded products and distributed globally as listed securities.

Securitization is a method of raising funds. It involves grouping together assets – for example bonds or other real estate – and issuing tradable securities against these assets in return for funds.

Practically speaking, a securitization operation consists of bringing together a group of assets that produce a predictable cash flow or grant the right to a future cash flow, transforming these assets into securities (shares, bonds or other securities), whether nominative or bearer, and selling these securities to investors.

The platform supports a broad arrange of assets that can be securitized – from real estate, to credit card receivables, to investment strategies and artwork.