Global Fixed Income Capital Partners Ltd.

 

 

GFI has extensive experience in most asset classes including but not limited to:


  • Automobile loans and leases;
  • Floor-plan leases;
  • Residential mortgages;
  • Commercial mortgages;
  • Credit card receivables;
  • Trade receivables;
  • Franchise receivables;
  • Intellectual property receivables; 
  • Consumer loans;
  • Equipment loans 
  • Student loans 
  • Insurance receivables; 
  • Rail-car receivables; 
  • Aircraft leases;
  • Mobile receivables; 
  • Hospital recievables; and 
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage receivables; 

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Securitisation

​Asset Classes 

The advisors within our asset securitisation practice have grown beyond the traditional asset classes and cover numerous esoteric and bespoke asset classes, as set out below. Our advisors have securitised assets in numerous jurisdictions including Russia and the CIS, most of continental Europe, the UK, the U.S., Japan, Australia and Canada. GFI has significant expertise dealing with the uniqueness of securitising assets in developing countries. Our advisors have been involved in numerous world renowned securitisation financings (e.g Eurotunnel securitisation, European Airline restructuring including securitising most of their fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft, the first public Russian bank securitisation and the first Kazakhstan bank securitisation, all as set out below), have often built and led some of the largest securitisation teams in the world and have received numerous industry recognition awards (e.g: deal of the year (IFR), Leading Individual (Legal 500) and Leader in their Field (Chambers). 


The advisors in our asset securitisation practice have extensive multi-seller asset-backed commercial paper experience. Our lawyers have set up over 20 bank sponsored asset-backed commercial paper programmes in Europe and the U.S. Additionally our advisors have been involved in excess of U.S. $100 billion worth of securitisations into those bank sponsored conduits. 



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