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How could one create a CDO on a company that not publicly trade?

As an investor, I try to minimize the risk of myself, and my family. Recently, my mom has opened a bakery shop in Southern California with the $ 800,000. So to minimize the risk of lost, what could I do? And if CDO is the way then how do I create one for my mom's bakery?

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Still gather cash flow generating assets for your mom business; such as mortgages, bonds, and other types of debt/s and repackage them into discrete classes based on the level of credit risk assumed by you as an investor. Then you can help your mom get her business publicly trade.


Answered 2 months ago

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