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A South African Structured Finance Fund

Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Exploit built-in-system, lending structure related inefficiencies.

A SQUARE :: 26Nov08 A South African Structured Finance Fund
Category Structured Finance
Author Sona Blessing
Need to finance niche loan amounts that do not conform to typical retail bank standards and/or in size terms fall short of the amounts a merchant bank would consider lending
Opportunistic - short tenure -“time-critical“ nature of loan
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