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What is a Special Purpose Vehicle?

Special Purpose Vehicles, or SPVs, are legal entities that are set up for specific and limited purposes. These entities are commonly used in the business world to segregate assets, liabilities, and risks associated with a specific project, transaction, or investment. The main goal of setting up an SPV is to isolate a particular risk or group of risks from the parent company's balance sheet.

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