Derivatives & Structured Products - China

For when you need an experienced derivatives law firm on your side

Our securitization and derivatives lawyers are experienced in all aspects of the public and private distribution of structured finance securities in China. Their experience includes credit loan obligations, asset-backed and mortgage-backed securities and derivatives.

This enables us to advise sponsors, investment managers, sellers, trustees, underwriters and purchasers on the securitization of a wide range of financial assets – including:

  • Credit loan obligations
  • Auto loan securitisation
  • Leasing receivables securitisation
  • Residential mortgage loan securitisation
  • Consumer finance receivables securitisation
  • Non-performing asset securitisation.

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