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Special purpose entities can help to protect your firm from financial risk. You can transfer assets to a special purpose entity for a deal or use the entity to finance a large project. Conversely, the obligations of a special purpose entity are secure even if the parent company declares bankruptcy.
A special purpose entity or SPE, sometimes called a 'special purpose vehicle' or SPV, is a legal entity created to fill a very specific or temporary business objective. They can be LPs, LLCs, subsidiaries, or trusts. Their operations are limited to the acquisition and financing of specific assets.