We help our clients overcome the strategic and operational challenges of managing their structured financing facilities.
We understand the needs and requirements of investors and tailor our services to care for the interests of CKDs, private debt funds, family offices, banking institutions, national and international investment banks and the public debt markets.
We provide certainty and transparency to investors in structured financing transactions.
We reduce originator’s operational burden in managing a Master Collection Trust, while giving certainty to investors on the rightful distribution of the collection to the sub-trusts and the originator.
We work for trustees, “representates comunes” and investors in ensuring that the cash generated by assets that serve as payment source for a loan, are timely transfer to investors or the SPV holding the structured financing facility. We also offer services in which we monitor that certain payments, that are of interest for investors, are done in time by companies.
We create mirror of the originator’s management system to maintain an updated picture of all cash flow generating asset that act as source of payment in a structured financing facility. These mirrors allow us to seamlessly replace the originator as the primary servicer (collector) of the portfolio of assets.
We tailored our auditing services to customers´ needs and the required recurrence of the service.
We are fully integrated with the “Registro Único de Garantías” of the Secretaría de Economía to legally perfect the transfer of rights from the originator to the Special Purpose Vechicle created to hold Structured Financing facility.
Each year CXC is selected to serve as the Master Servicer of more than 40% of the publicly funded asset backed securities.More details
Master Collection Trusts have grown in popularity in the last years, as a complementary structure to enhance the subtrust bankruptcy remoteness, while reducing the friction between an originator and end customers of their loans who in the past experience constant changes to the accounts where their payments had to be made.More details