Hurdles in implementation of securitization, Financial Management

The following are considered the major stumbling blocks:

  1. The process becomes expensive because of the stamp duty payable.

  1. It also attracts the provisions of the Registration Act.

  1. One interpretation of the Transfer of Property Act has been that assignment of a debt has to be in whole and not in part. Besides, the Sale of Goods Act supports the view that only a property in existence is capable of being transferred. Therefore, securitization of future receivables is not covered.

  1. Certain provisions of the Income Tax law inhibit the process.

  1. A more efficient foreclosure law is needed. Along with changes in the legal environment, regulatory issues too have to be addressed. The latter understandably have not evolved in India - even in the developed countries the concept is new. The different institutions that will participate and the several stages in a typical transaction will come under different regulatory ambit. A formal and harmonious regulatory framework for securitization is, therefore, needed. Also, the investor base needs to be both strengthened and widened. Recently, the Securities and Exchange Board of India permitted mutual funds to trade in securitized debt. There is a strong case for persuading foreign institutional investors to invest in the market. Like the rest of the debt market, the one dealing in securitized instruments needs to be transparent and technologically up-to-date.

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