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Over the past years, securitisation, a complex structured financing process, has evolved as the preferred funding and risk transfer method. It is promoted by the European Commission as one instrument of choice in the context of the Capital Market Union. Despite the general economic downturn, and decreased reputation of securitisation products, the Luxembourg securitisation market continues to grow steadily. In addition, Luxembourg securitisation vehicles are used in many structures in asset management, private equity or real estate in order to optimise the investors' benefits.
In this type of structured financing, a pool of financial assets (such as receivables, loans, mortgages, or leases) is transferred to a "Special Purpose Vehicle" (SPV) which issues securities, backed solely by the assets transferred and the payments derived from those assets.
It is therefore critical for Luxembourg corporate services, domiciliation companies, asset managers, private bankers and other service providers to understand the complete value chain of the securitisation business and to appreciate the opportunities and challenges it offers in a European context.
10 April 2024 (EN) - 9am-12pm - On site
Price: 585.00 €
Language: Available in English, French and German
Number of participants: max. 20
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Introduction and basic principles of securitisation in general
2. Securitisation in Luxembourg
3. Tax aspects - Spotlight on ATAD
4. EU securitisation regulation
This training is coordinated by Holger von Keutz, Audit Partner with more than 20 years of experience in the assurance and assurance related services of PwC Luxembourg.
He is specialised in the audit of banks, securitisation structures and investment funds.
Furthermore, he has developed a strong expertise in IFRS, Lux GAAP and HGB accounting frameworks. Within the area of internal and external trainings in relation with his specialisation, Holger is strongly involved in the design and development of our learning solutions.
In addition, he is lecturer of auditing and consolidation at Trier University of applied sciences.
PwC's Academy, Crystal Park Building, PwC Luxembourg
Tel: +352 49 48 48 4040