CDO Issuing Party

From Open Risk Manual

Definition

CDO Issuing Party. The party which issues the CDO on behalf of the sponsor. This is identified as being a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) set up specifically to issue the CDO. A CDO has a sponsoring organization, which establishes a special purpose vehicle to hold collateral and issue securities. Sponsors can include banks, other financial institutions or investment managers, as described below. Expenses associated with running the special purpose vehicle are subtracted from cash flows to investors. Often, the sponsoring organization retains the most subordinate equity tranch of a CDO.


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