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      • While these are instruments for investment, there is yet another kind of paper known as ‘Pass Through Certificates’ or PTC that is issued by banks as another option.
      • Let me try and help you understand what ‘Pass Through Certificates’ are…
      In the last two lessons, we covered the financial instruments - CPs and CDs & I hope you are now clear with these concepts!
    • Understanding Pass Through Certificates – By Prof. Simply Simple
      • Pass Through Certificates (PTCs) are issued by banks as a safeguard against risks.
      • Simply put, the banks, through PTCs, transfer some of their long term mortgaged assets (receivables) on to other investors like NBFCs and Mutual Funds.
      • They do this because they want to share some of their risks with other players.
      • They also do this to release capital & book profits.
      • Investors get interested because they stand to earn more for sharing the risk.
      Why do they do this?
      • The transfer is done by means of a Special Purpose Vehicle or SPV which mediates between the investor and borrower.
      • The PTC ensures that the loan re-payment is made to the investor instead of the bank.
      • Thus the borrower is accountable to the investor instead of the bank.
      Now…
      • If the borrower starts defaulting, the SPV sells off the mortgaged asset and recovers the money.
      What happens when the borrower starts to default? …
    • Bank Issues PTCs Borrower Approaches Bank SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE CREATED NBFCs & MFs Lend Money Borrower Repays NBFCs & MFs How PTC’s work!!
    • PTCs are also used to ensure that banks maintain their liquidity as per the statutory guidelines of the Reserve Bank and at the same time continue lending. We will discuss more about this in another lesson!
      • What: Pass Through Certificates (PTCs) are instruments of investment issued by banks.
      • Why: It provides the bank a tool for hedging risks.
      • When: They are issued when the bank feels it has too many risky assets to hold on to or when it needs additional capital for lending.
      • How: The transfer is done by means of a Special Purpose Vehicle or SPV which mediates between the investor and borrower.
      To Sum Up
      • Hope you have now understood the concept of
      • Pass Through Certificates
      In case of any query, please e-mail [email_address]