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A synthetic collateralised debt obligation is a derivative resulting from the securitization of a portfolio of credit default swaps sold by a lender or issuer to a special purpose vehicle. The SPV then issues securities in the form of notes collateralised by the portfolio of bonds or loans.
See also: Derivatives