Securitization: Structuring and Investment Analysis
Bennett W. Golub, Managing Director, BlackRock, Inc.
"An excellent primer on asset securitization, clearly written in plain English and with straightforward mathematical expressions. This book is suitable for both business school students and structured finance market practitioners."
Joseph Hu, PhD, Managing Director, Structured Finance Ratings, Standard & Poor’s
"In their new work Securitization: Structuring and Investment Analysis, Andrew Davidson et al. reinforce their preeminence in the alchemy of mortgage securitization. Anyone involved in mortgages neglects Andy’s work at his peril."
Richard T. Pratt, Chairman, Richard T. Pratt Associates; Former Chairman, Merrill Lynch Mortgage Corporation
"This book provides an insightful and accessible exploration of securitized real estate markets. As such, it provides a valuable service to those active and interested in these burgeoning markets. The authors have done a wonderful job of gracefully integrating a vast and important subject matter. Accordingly, this book also makes for an excellent textbook for those universities offering one or more courses in this rapidly growing field."
Joseph L. Pagliari, Jr., Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
PART ONE Introduction to Securitization
CHAPTER 1 The Role of Securitization 3
CHAPTER 2 Fundamentals of Structuring 15
CHAPTER 3 Fundamentals of Investment Analysis 29
CHAPTER 4 Historical Performance of Asset-Backed Securities and Mortgage-Backed Securities 41
PART TWO Agency Mortgage-Backed Securities
CHAPTER 5 Mortgage Loans: The Basis of Mortgage-Backed Securities 51
CHAPTER 6 Agency Pass-Throughs 75
CHAPTER 7 Fundamentals of the Interest-Rate Market 89
CHAPTER 8 Static Analysis for Mortgage Pass-Through Securities 109
CHAPTER 9 Mortgage-Backed Securities Prepayments 131
CHAPTER 10 Total-Return Scenario Analysis 155
PART THREE Advanced Mortgage-Backed Securities and Analysis
CHAPTER 11 Structuring CMOs, IOs, and POs 185
CHAPTER 12 Interest-Rate Volatility, Options, and Models 215
CHAPTER 13 Option-Adjusted Spread 249
CHAPTER 14 Comparing Investment Alternatives 275
PART FOUR Non-Agency Mortgage-Backed Securities and Analyzing Credit Risk
CHAPTER 15 Non-Agency Mortgage-Backed Securities 287
CHAPTER 16 Collateral Performance 303
CHAPTER 17 Home Equity and Subprime Loans 325
CHAPTER 18 Analysis of Credit-Sensitive Mortgage-Backed Securities 337
PART FIVE Asset-Backed Securities
CHAPTER 19 Auto-Loan Asset-Backed Securities 355
CHAPTER 20 Credit-Card Asset-Backed Securities 367
CHAPTER 21 Manufactured-Housing Asset-Backed Securities 379
PART SIX Commercial Mortgages
CHAPTER 22 Commercial Loans 391
CHAPTER 23 Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities 409
CHAPTER 24 The Role of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) 429
PART SEVEN The European Securitization Market
CHAPTER 25 Development of a Market 447
CHAPTER 26 European Residential Mortgages 465
CHAPTER 27 European Securitization Legislation 489
CHAPTER 28 Structuring Asset-Backed Securities in Europe 503
Additional Resources 531
About the CD-ROM 533
ANTHONY SANDERS is the Galbreath Distinguished Scholar and Professor of Finance at The Ohio State University. During 1997 and 1998, he was director and head of asset-backed and mortgage-backed securities research at Deutsche Bank. He has published numerous articles in journals such as the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Business, and Journal of Fixed Income.
LAN-LING WOLFF heads Fredell & Co. Structured Finance Ltd. in London, which specializes in providing structuring and arranging services for asset-backed securities all over Europe. Wolff’s background in the U.S. mortgage-backed securities market and understanding of the European capital markets places her on the cutting edge of securitization globally. She specializes in residential mortgages and mortgage banking.
ANNE CHING, a senior consultant at Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc., has worked in the credit risk and investment analysis of sub-prime residential and manufactured housing sectors. She has also worked on the structuring of non-U.S. mortgage-backed securities.
The authors drew on the expertise of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc., in preparing Securitization. The broad range of expertise of the firm’s consultants, and the technical and analytical skills of the firm’s analysts, provide a rich background that gives Securitization strong theoretical underpinnings, as well as a grounding in practical application of the theory and methods described in the book. Two associates from outside the firm, with additional specialized expertise, were enlisted as well.