MCF Class: Securitization

Dec 2019 12:00 - 13:30
Online Class

MCF Online Class: Securitization 

"Many assets, such as real estate, individual loans, and other cash-flow-producing investments, are structurally illiquid, i.e. once originated, are difficult to sell and trade in general should a liquidity need arise. The process of securitization seeks to create tradable investments in these types of assets by pooling various individual assets together into a larger group and then selling fractional interests in the entire asset pool. Securitization has radically changed the way financial institutions and, to a lesser extent, companies manage their balance sheets and, they represent an essential instrument of risk and balance sheet management. However, ill-designed secutizations have also been at the epicenter off the 2008 great financial crisis. In this class we will illustrate the fundamentals of single and multi-layer securitization processes, understand their role in the great financial crisis and investigate possible emerging pockets of risk related to assets such as student and car loans."

Your opportunity to connect with SDA Bocconi to follow the live web of a real open class of the Master in Corporate Finance (MCF). You will be able to feel part of the MCF Community of SDA Bocconi and experience the classroom atmosphere, the didactic models and the learning processes from within.


19 December, 12:00 - 13:30 (CET)

Keynote Speaker
Stefano Bonini, MCF Faculty

Follow an entire MCF lesson live without interruptions and, at the end of the session, ask all your questions about the program and the admission process by writing an email to

Please note that you can also follow the meeting live at our office.

We are waiting for you to discover the MCF Master of SDA Bocconi together.

Keynote Speaker

Stefano Bonini
Corporate Finance

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