Health Care Receivable Securitizations: Structuring Issues and Future Trends

Flaum, Delilah Brummet; Klyman, Marc L.
September 2000
Securitization Conduit;2000, Vol. 3 Issue 3/4, p6
Discusses structuring issues common in health care receivables securitization. Background on health care receivables securitization; Overview of the antiassignment or antifactoring provisions on health care receivables; Considerations for the purchase of health care receivables.


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