Led by an expert team of securitzation and investment banking professionals, Firminy Capital Sarl manages the Firminy Equity Fund, a registered securitization fund in Luxembourg. Incorporated in 2007, Firminy Capital Sarl provides its individual and institutional customers a safe, successful, and profitable securitization fund investment option. Under Luxembourg law, investors can direct a portion of their wealth to securitization funds, such as the equity fund. This way, investors do not need to hold those assets and can allow financial professionals to manage invested resources.Firminy Capital Sarl is dedicated to ensuring maximum returns for the equity fund and has adopted several strategies to enhance investor confidence. One strategy that has proven successful is partnering with a top 500 law firm, which specializations in finance and securitization, to perform quality reviews of current and prospective transactions. In addition, they have established relationships with financial institutions that have weathered recent economic turmoil. This helps ensure that the equity fund will perform satisfactorily across the range of market conditions. Plus, in accordance with Luxembourg's legal mandates, they have engaged a premier Chartered Accountant to regularly review their financials, which further boosts investor confidence.As a result of these measures, they have attracted a sophisticated and savvy set of individual and organizational customers to the equity fund. However, Firminy Capital Sarl does not sell or issue securities to the general public on a continuance basis. As a result, the equity fund does not require Commissions de Survellieance de Secteur Financier (CSSF) approval.
Luxembourg-based investment company Firminy Capital Sarl features several securitization funds in its financial offerings. In order to maximize the return on investment on these kinds of investments, Firminy Capital Sarl works with a wide range of assets and is highly recognized as a provider for structured financing.Structured financing entails complicated financial transactions that are geared toward the special financing requirements of institutional clients. Usually, these prerequisites do not meet the criteria set for traditional financial instruments or loans. One of the instruments used in a structured finance transaction is a collateralized debt obligation (CDO). This kind of structured investment pools assets together that generate a good cash flow and transforms the collection into rated and distinct tranches. Each tranche is comprised of such assets as bonds, loans, or mortgages. The debt obligations, which carry varying risks and maturities, act as the collateral for the instrument. Senior tranches in a CDO are considered safer than junior tranches, as they possess a higher credit score and have a lower risk of default.CDOs then provide investors, such as banks or insurance companies, with cash flows that are tiered, giving clients the chance to reap better results than what can be achieved through treasury or government instruments.