In speaking or writing about securitization and structured finance transactions, participants use many terms, some of which are familiar but have special meanings in the context of these types of transactions and others of which are unique to this field. The Committee recently published a glossary -- Frequently Used Terms in Securitization and Structured Finance Transactions: Jargon, Lingo, and Lore - eBook -- with brief explanations of some of the more commonly used terms.
This glossary is a handy reference for new and experienced practitioners of easy-to-understand definitions based on the "jargon, lingo, and lore" of securitization and structured finance transactions developed by experts in the field. $14.95 for ABA members and $19.95 for non-ABA members.
Our thanks to the members of the Committee who participated in the Task Force that authored the glossary, including Vicki O. Tucker, who served as reporter for the Task Force and an Editor of the glossary, Craig A. Wolson, who also served as an Editor, Douglas M. Rutherford and Wendy A. Lisman, who served as Executive Editors of the glossary, Daria K. Boxer, Rachel B. Coan, Miguel A. Dominguez, Martin Fingerhut, Elizabeth Besio Hardin, Stephen P. Hoffman, Christopher Horn, Erica Khalili, Jay H. Knight, Jason H.P. Kravitt, Steve Levitan, Claire M. Love, Brit Mohler, Arleen Nand, Joanna C. Nicholas and Caroline D. Pham.