Covers the first international non-performing loan securitization completed in Korea. The CEO of KAMCO trying from a portfolio of non-performing commercial loans that the organization acquired dispose of a number of banks. A group of investment bankers have suggested securitize the loans and sell them to institutional investors. Securitization of loans (or any other type of asset) is not common in Korea, the CEO must consider several factors, such as he decides whether to accept this propo … Read more »

Covers the first international non-performing loan securitization completed in Korea. The CEO of KAMCO trying from a portfolio of non-performing commercial loans that the organization acquired dispose of a number of banks. A group of investment bankers have suggested securitize the loans and sell them to institutional investors. Securitization of loans (or any other type of asset) is not common in Korea, the CEO must consider several factors as to whether to accept this proposal, the most important of which is the recovery price decision.
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George Chacko,
Vincent Dessain,
Jacob Hook,
Unlike Sjoman
Source: Harvard Business School
35 pages.
Release date: 30 January 2005. Prod #: 205037-PDF-ENG
KAMCO and the cross-border securitization of non-performing loans Korean HBR case solution

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