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.
S&P will not rate any conduit fusion CMBS deals for one year and pay US$77m as part of an agreement with US regulators over fraudulent misconduct in its credit ratings operations, the Securities and Exchange Commission said on Wednesday.
Some euro paper markets this week, with Volkswagen Bank available for meetings today and tomorrow ahead of the potential launch of its Driver Thirteen German auto ABS on Wednesday. Further ahead, Santander Consumer is expected with its USD/GBP Motor 2015-1 UK auto deal.
Volkswagen Bank GmbH has added some welcome euro supply to the European ABS pipeline, announcing its Driver Thirteen auto loan ABS. Volkswagen Financial Services and Citigroup are co-arrangers, and the latter is a bookrunner with Lloyds Bank and Volkswagen Bank itself.