Monday, 22 July 2019

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  • EMEA Structured Finance House: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    EMEA Structured Finance House: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    All Special Reports | 15 December 2017

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch moved to the top of the European securitisation market in 2017 by selling the broadest array of structured finance deals, while pioneering innovative structures. It is IFR’s EMEA Structured Finance House of the Year.

  • EMEA Structured Finance Issue: Premium Credit's £300m Series 2017-1

    All Special Reports | 15 December 2017

    Premium Credit was a refreshing newcomer to the European securitised credit market, offering investors a granular, quality consumer risk portfolio – best of all it was truly a new asset class.

  • Graduation ceremony

    UK revives student loan sale as fiscal hole deepens

    Top News | 03 November 2017

    The UK government will press ahead with the sale of a £3.7bn pool of student loans by the end of the year despite an ongoing review of university funding that could saddle it with a hefty compensation bill for investors that buy into the deal.

  • UK government resumes student loan book sale process

    Ticker | 31 October 2017

    The UK government has resumed the sale of a £3.7bn pile of student loans that it began in February before placing the deal on hold when a general election was called in April.

  • Libor phase out issues for structured finance:S&P

    Ticker | 20 October 2017

    With LIBOR and related IBOR benchmark references slated to be phased out after 2021, S&P Global Ratings performed an initial review of structured finance IBOR exposures.

  • UK and EU flags

    Sovereign trading drifts to the continent

    Top News | 04 August 2017

    Credit Agricole is moving its government bond desk to Paris in September, leaving BNP Paribas the only major continental bank to retain London as a sole sovereign bond trading hub and prompting fears that political pressure is being applied on banks to pull business out of the city.

  • Mortgage

    New EU rule imperils securitisation market

    Top News | 21 July 2017

    A new European Union rule apparently designed to stop self-certified loans from being securitised - but with much wider implications - caused mayhem in the structured finance market last week. Spreads widened as the refinancing of certain RMBS paper was put in doubt, while potential new RMBS and NPL deals were shelved or put at risk.

  • Greece

    Greece chooses banks for bond return - sources

    Ticker | 19 July 2017

    Greece has hired six banks to arrange its comeback sovereign bond deal, according to sources, as it seeks to break a three-year impasse that has shut it out of the international debt markets.

  • Mortgage

    EU moves to stop securitised self-certified mortgage loans

    Ticker | 18 July 2017

    The European Union has made a late move to stop self-certified mortgage loans from being securitised.

  • novo banco espirito santo bes

    Clock ticking for Novo Banco LME ahead of August deadline

    Ticker | 26 June 2017

    Time is running out for the liability management exercise on which the sale of Portugal’s Novo Banco hinges, potentially derailing the process ahead of an August deadline.