The handful of future flow securitizations, particularly diversified payment rights (DPR) securitizations, originated in Russia over the years have all been done as secured loan structures, typically by an offshore SPV issuing notes backed by a secured loan made to the originator.

However, a pending proposed overhaul of the Russian Civil Code includes provisions for the assignment of future assets and should therefore provide for future flow deals to be executed on more conventional lines.

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