Anil is responsible for the structured finance section of IFR, providing coverage for the real-time IFR Markets news service as well as the IFR Magazine. He re-joined Thomson Reuters IFR in May 2011 after spending seven years on Informa Global Markets’ real-time European ABS product. Anil’s initial stint at Thomson Reuters began in 1997 on a two-year graduate trainee scheme, followed by four and a half years at IFR reporting on medium term notes/commercial paper and structured finance.
European investors welcome some euro-denominated consumer ABS this week, with IPTs out on a German auto and price guidance on a Portuguese RMBS. This follows two UK deals last week - a non-conforming/buy-to-let deal and a social housing trade - and a CLO.
Kensington Mortgage Company is back in the public RMBS market for the first time in almost three years, announcing its new Residential Mortgage Securities 28 UK non-conforming RMBS.
Investor meetings are in process for Residential Mortgage Securities 28, the first public deal from the programme since RMS 26 in Sept 2012 – RMS 27 was retained in 2013.