A sale of National Hockey League's New York Islanders by a three-party investment group will likely include securitization to help finance a significant part of the purchase price, one of the team's potential new owners said.

Robert D'Loren, president and COO of CAK Universal Credit Corp., and an innovator in extending the application of asset securitization to new cash flows, is playing a pivotal role in structuring the transaction, which includes him and two other parties that have stepped up collectively to buy the hockey team.

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