Resecuritization exposure

Resecuritization exposure means:
(1) An on- or off-balance sheet exposure to a resecuritization;
(2) An exposure that directly or indirectly references a resecuritization exposure.
(3) An exposure to an asset-backed commercial paper program is not a resecuritization exposure if either:
(i) The program-wide credit enhancement does not meet the definition of a resecuritization exposure; or
(ii) The entity sponsoring the program fully supports the commercial paper through the provision of liquidity so that the commercial paper holders effectively are exposed to the default risk of the sponsor instead of the underlying exposures.

Source

12 CFR § 324.2


Scoping language

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