When the U.S. government stopped paying banks to originate guaranteed student loans at the end of 2010, an expiration date was slapped on an enormous and highly attractive asset class.

That has refocused attention on new ways to play the business of securitizing these loans. One of them is the residual interest, which is anything left over once a securitization trust has made all of the required payments to the relevant parties in a transaction.

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