Monday, 17 December 2018

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  • US hedge fund BlueMountain targets new European CLO

    Ticker | 17 May 2017

    BlueMountain Capital Management, a US-based hedge fund, is continuing to build its European presence with a new CLO, BlueMountain Fuji EUR CLO II.

  • UK student loan securitisation still on hold

    Ticker | 16 June 2017

    One of the most anticipated securitisations of the year, an inaugural income-contingent student loan ABS, is still on hold following the UK general election.

  • UK student loan ABS still languishing

    Structured Finance | 11 August 2017

    It has been half a year since the UK government began marketing the inaugural securitisation of income contingent student loans. Though a new UK government has been in place since June, the sale remains in limbo.

  • UK buy-to-let drives ABS action

    Ticker | 05 June 2017

    While European ABS volumes have fallen by more than 40% since this time last year, a flurry of UK buy-to-let deals has injected some life into the market.

  • TABS 1 pulls together its maiden securitisation

    Structured Finance | 15 September 2017

    Together Asset Backed Securitisation 1 is piquing the interest of a yield-starved market with a rare RMBS partly backed by UK second-lien mortgages.

  • Subscription levels soar as supply tap finally opens

    Structured Finance | 26 May 2017

    Investors, who have had little opportunities to buy fresh primary structured finance supply in 2017, were finally able to get their hands on paper this week, spurring strong levels of oversubscription in new deals.

  • STS implementation pushed back six months

    Ticker | 22 June 2017

    The expected implementation date for the Simple, Transparent and Standardised (STS) Securitisation framework has been pushed back six months to January 2019, according to market sources.

  • British pound sterling banknotes

    Sterling ABS set to price tight despite UK risks

    Ticker | 03 July 2017

    Well-known issuers such as Globaldrive and RMS are offering tried-and-tested supply to the sterling market, but one investor cautioned that despite no evidence of market loss, the current UK consumer boom may not last.

  • Self-cert regulation creates summer blues

    Structured Finance | 18 August 2017

    The structured finance market is gearing up for frantic last-ditch lobbying of the European Union to reverse its proposal to ban self-certified loans in securitised deals from 2019.

  • Secondary markets thirsty for prime paper

    Structured Finance | 13 April 2017

    Though European structured finance has seen some fresh supply in the primary market, the appetite for prime deals in secondary trading remains strong.

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