What is the difference between a structured investment vehicle and a special purpose vehicle?

QuestionsWhat is the difference between a structured investment vehicle and a special purpose vehicle?
Akshaj Singh asked 1 year ago
   
3 Answers
Deepak Goyal answered 1 year ago
A special purpose vehicle (SPV) is a type of investment vehicle that is designed to carry out a specific business or financial transaction. SPVs are typically used for real estate, private equity, and hedge funds. A structured investment vehicle (SIV) is an investment vehicle that derives its value from the underlying assets it holds. SIVs are often used by pension funds and other institutional investors who need to diversify their investments across a number of asset classes.  
Nikhil Rawat answered 1 year ago
A structured investment vehicle (SIV) is a type of private equity vehicle that typically invests in a single company or industry. A special purpose vehicle (SPV) is an entity created for a specific purpose, such as to purchase and develop real estate or to manage assets.  
Priya Vishwas answered 1 year ago
Structured investment vehicles (SIVs) are a type of investment vehicle that is used to pool investments from multiple investors and use them for a specific purpose. A special purpose vehicle (SPV) is a type of investment vehicle that is used to raise money for a specific project or business. The SPV may be restricted by state law in what it can invest in, how it can invest, and how long it can operate.