JBIC provides support for securitization and an increase in liquidity in order to complement and encourage the activities of private financial institutions.
1. Securitization (Guarantees)
In cases where special purpose companies (SPC) or trust companies issue asset-backed securities (ABS) or other financial products with loans or other assets as collateral, JBIC guarantees the payment of such ABS to reduce country and structure risks, thereby supporting the issuance of bonds in the emerging capital markets.
2. Securitization (Acquisition of Securities)
JBIC supports bond issues by acquiring a portion of the ABS issued by SPC or trust companies with loans or other assets as collateral. JBIC's acquisition will support the securitization needs of the originators and is expected to help invigorate the bond market by circulating the acquired bonds back into the market when market conditions allow.
- Note:An originator is the original owner of assets to be securitized and obtain funding through securitization.
The above diagram depicts a scheme where SPC are used, but the clients can also use schemes where trusts are used or JBIC acquires or provides guarantees for assets backed by securitization.
3. Securitization and Liquidation of Receivables
JBIC provides guarantees for the receivables and other monetary claims held by overseas subsidiaries of Japanese companies, in order to facilitate the purchase of such receivables by banks (an increase in their liquidity). JBIC is also able to provide guarantees for securities issued by SPC or trust companies in cases where these securities have monetary claims acquired from overseas Japanese subsidiaries on collateral.