Harrison Prescott were contributing authors of Title XI of Dodd-Frank, dealing with asset-backed securities. Our specialization enables us to produce a high-quality analysis of ABS. Using the individual laws we proposed enabling our individual methods to do more than our competitors. Whether your portfolio contains mortgage-backed securities or focuses on other ABS, our teams of experts dig into the data and identify the risks before the risks harm your bottom line.
Protecting Assets and Eliminating Risk is What We Do
Securitization of assets can be a marvelous way for investors to profit from holding certain assets, such as mortgages, auto, and student debt, and other credit instruments. However, these assets invariably present risks, largely based on their originations.
For Your Information
- SEC Approves Changes to Reg ABIn April 2010, in an effort to bring trust and greater activity back to the greatly diminished asset-backed securities market, the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed significant changes to Regulation AB.
- Changing ModelsBusiness models are an ever evolving component of the corporate world. Those who remain stagnant, and fixed to singular model without the flexibility to change, adapt and move forward are invariably doomed to failure.
- IntroductionHarrison Prescott provides a unique service for the financial services industry, offering a proprietary analysis of asset originations.
- SEC Approves Changes to Reg AB