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Common Trust Funds and Financial Asset Securitization Trusts (FASITs)
Professor Dennis Lassila;Kenneth M. Lapine, Esq., Partner, Roetzel Andress, Cleveland, Ohio;Burton V. McCullough, Esq., Los Angeles, California;Paul S. Pilecki, Esq., Partner, Winston & Strawn, Washington, D.C.;Harold Weisblatt, Esq., Murrieta, California
This chapter also covers financial asset securitization trusts (FASITs), which are statutory nontaxable entities that facilitate the securitization of many debt obligations banks can offer, including credit card receivables, home equity loans, and auto loans. This chapter discusses the conditions an entity must meet to qualify as an FASIT, the anti-abuse rules related to FASITs and their related requirements, the tax treatment of FASITs, the taxation of holders of FASIT ownership interests, the taxation of holders of FASIT regular interests, transfers to FASITs, and the valuation of FASIT assets.
Banking Law provides an in-depth analysis of all aspects of banking law and includes detailed discussions of the statutes and regulations governing banks and other financial intermediaries. It covers the organization, operation, examination, regulation, powers, and liquidation of commercial banks; the legal requirements regarding structural changes; the operations of commercial banks; the examination of commercial banks by federal regulatory agencies; and the impact of the federal income tax and the security laws on banks. It consolidates this vast body of law into one comprehensive treatise that is an essential tool for the banking law practitioner.
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For discussion of the taxation of banks and tax accounting methods, see Chapter 61.
For discussion of the tax treatment of bank income and the tax treatment of bank expenses, see Chapters 62 and 63, respectively.
For treatment of issues related to trust investment services, including bank trust department trading activities and the regulatory structure over bank services, see Chapter 97.
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