What are Securities?

Asset-backed securities (“Securities”) are financial instruments that are backed by underlying loans issued to the borrower, who may be a consumer or a business. The return on the Securities is a fixed interest rate and is applied to the amount invested by the investor that amortizes over the lifetime as the underlying loans are being repaid.

More information about Securities is available in the respective Base Prospectus and Key Information Document which can be found on the Loan originators page as well as in the Final Terms (available on the details page of the respective Securities).

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