Mortgage-backed securities, Financial Management

A mortgage-backed security is a debt and a kind of security that is backed by a pool of mortgages or a credit support from another party to a transaction. The cash flow to the investors in terms of interest and repayment of principal is dependent on the cash flows from the mortgage. The pool of mortgages is held by a special purpose vehicle.

1. Mortgage Pass-through Securities

2. Mortgage-Backed Bonds

3. Stripped Mortgage-Backed Securities

4. Non-agency Mortgage Backed Securities

5. Commercial Mortgage-backed Securities (CMBS)

6. International Mortgage backed Securities

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