Valuing Callable And Putable Revenue-Performance-Linked Project Backed Securities
Public owners face a constant demand for developing new projects and for funding the renewal, maintenance and operation of existing infrastructure projects. One way to raise capitals to provide new financial resources to constrained budgets is to securitize a stream of revenue cash flows from a portfolio of mature infrastructure projects. We present a new type of PBS, the revenue performance-linked project backed securities (PBS), with embedded call and put options. In this new PBS setting, risks for issuers and buyers can be confined within a cut-off area. This risk hedging feature is expected to facilitate the trading of such products.
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Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 05 ()
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