Securitization of Future Flow Receivables: A Useful Tool for Developing Countries, Finance & Development, March 2001

Assessing Public Sector Borrowing Collateralized on Future Flow Receivables

Prepared by FAD, ICM, LEG, and PDR
(in consultation with other departments)

Approved by Timothy Geithner, François Gianviti, Gerd Haeusler, and Teresa Ter-Minassian

June 11, 2003

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I.   Introduction
II.   Characteristics of Collateralized Future Receipts Arrangements
  A.   Characteristics of a Typical Collateralized Future Receipts Arrangement
  B.   Some Stylized Facts on Collateralized Borrowing
  C.   Creditworthiness and Collateralized Borrowing
III.   Considerations in Assessing Collateralized Future Receipts Arrangements
  A.   Legal Issues
  B.   Capital Market Issues
  C.   Fiscal and Other Macroeconomic Issues
  D.   Fiscal Structural Issues
IV.   Program Design and Procedural Issues
V.   Conclusion
Text Table
  1.   Collateralized Bonds and Loans of Selected Countries
  1.   Structure of a Typical Indirect Collateralized Future Receipts Arrangement
  2.   Bonds and Loans Issued Annually by Emerging Markets
  3.   Collateralized Borrowing of Oil Exporters by Income Level
  4.   Collateralized Bonds and Loans as a Share of Total Borrowing of Selected Countries
  1.   Subnational Government Collateralization of Future Revenue—The Case of Tucuman Province, Argentina
  2.   Eurostat and the Italian Government’s Borrowing Against Future Lottery Receipts
  3.   Fund Advice on Sovereign and Public Enterprise Collateralized Borrowing in Selected Countries
  1.   The IBRD’s Negative Pledge Clause


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