Tuesday, 19 June 2018

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  • Blockbuster Bradford and Bingley deal priced

    Structured Finance | 13 April 2017

    Execution on Ripon Mortgages and Harben Finance - two long-awaited RMBS take-outs of Bradford & Bingley buy-to-let mortgages - illustrated continued demand for high quality collateral.

  • 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.

  • Blockbuster B&B deal hits market

    Structured Finance | 07 April 2017

    Prudential and Blackstone on Tuesday announced the long-awaited RMBS take-outs of the Bradford & Bingley buy-to-let mortgages, bringing much-needed supply to the European ABS market.

  • RMBS flurry tests market technicals

    Ticker | 06 April 2017

    The structured finance market has received a much welcomed injection of supply, with Irish performing and non-performing RMBS, as well as two securitisations of Bradford and Bingley’s buy-to-let mortgages, which will test market technicals.

  • E-Carat 8 pricing sees return to 2015 tights

    Structured Finance | 31 March 2017

    E-Carat 8, GMAC UK’s auto ABS, has priced at a level not seen since 2015.

  • MOVES-DB names global credit financing and solutions syndicate head

    Ticker | 28 March 2017

    Deutsche Bank has appointed Gerard Hammond as head of global credit financing and solutions syndicate for Europe, according to a source.

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    ECB urges banks to deal with NPLs

    Top News | 24 March 2017

    The creation of a pan-eurozone bad bank to hoover up lenders’ non-performing assets, as mooted earlier this year by the European Banking Authority, has been criticised by market participants and analysts as the wrong approach to restore health to the area’s beleaguered banks.

  • Irish re-performing goes mainstream

    Structured Finance | 24 March 2017

    Lone Star ratcheted in pricing on Thursday on the first public Irish RMBS trade backed by re-performing mortgages, showing a growing demand for a once taboo asset class.

  • Lone Star's Irish RMBS almost out of PIIGS pen

    Structured Finance | 17 March 2017

    Investor meetings for an Irish re-performing and performing RMBS conclude on Thursday, with Lone Star’s European Residential Loan Securitisation (ERLS 2017-PL1) set to provide a rare test of appetite for this type of paper.

  • Lack of "scalability" may dampen interest for Irish RMBS

    Ticker | 13 March 2017

    Lone Star Funds looks set to end the long absence of Irish transactions backed with racier collateral, although the new RMBS trade’s rarity could also deter some investors.