Definition Securitization is a process applying one legal and one financial mechanism. Legally, securitization operates on the principle of incorporating generallythe ownership rights, but potentially other rights to an asset or a pool ofassets into a security so that said rights cannot be alienated in any wayindependently of said security. Financially, securitization aims at converting […]

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A securities distribution service typically consists of two main parts: private distribution and public distribution. These two methods of distribution represent different approaches to offering securities (like stocks, bonds, etc.) to investors. Private Distribution: Target Audience: In private distribution, securities are offered to a select group of investors rather than the general public. This group

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A securities listing service is a platform or system that provides information about securities, such as stocks, bonds, and other financial instruments, that are available for trading on a financial exchange. These services play a crucial role in financial markets by offering detailed information about the listed securities, which includes: Basic Information: This encompasses the

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