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  • ABS private placements trump covereds

    Top News | 23 July 2011

    Bonds Private placement strategies in covered bonds and ABS yield divergent results

  • UK Supreme Court confirms validity of flip clauses

    Structured Finance | 30 July 2011

    The UK Supreme Court’s dismissal of the Lehman Brothers “flip clauses” appeal in its synthetic CDO case has provided closure on deals structured under English law in that, in the event of counterparty bankruptcy, noteholders can assume the priority ranking in the waterfall. But the global outlook on flip clauses is still unclear, as other cases can still be contested in the US.  

  • Pre-placement works for Principality

    Structured Finance | 06 August 2011

    Correction: Please note that the pricing levels in the tenth paragraph should refer to Friary No.1 and not Arkle 2011-1.

  • CMBS performance deteriorates

    Structured Finance | 06 August 2011

    The global CMBS market still faces a number of challenges, as rising defaults, delinquencies and special servicing cases illustrate.

  • European ABS faces hurdles in re-opening

    Structured Finance | 26 August 2011


  • Post-summer test for ABS

    Structured Finance | 02 September 2011

    European structured finance spreads have not widened as much as broader credit over the past six to eight weeks, but this has been amid limited selling pressure and no new public issuance to digest.

  • Variations in auto ABS calls

    Structured Finance | 02 September 2011

    Variance in call options in European auto ABS implies that looking only at pool balances to predict the time remaining to a clean-up call “can often be highly misleading”, according to Barclays Capital.

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    Secured solutions

    All Special Reports | 05 September 2011

    Though lambasted for being the primary cause of the financial crisis, securitisation technology has proved its worth in providing a variety of institutions and state entities with funding using a range of cashflows to support their transactions.

  • US underpins European RMBS

    Structured Finance | 17 September 2011

    Santander UK reopened the European securitisation market after the summer lull with a £2.4bn equivalent UK RMBS. The heavy US dollar element of the trade, some 86% of the total, may not have been the real test of European investor sentiment people expected of the first deal after the lull, but it was nonetheless a statement that ABS can work despite persistent financial market volatility.

  • Prime ABS asset attraction

    Structured Finance | 23 September 2011

    Two new European securitisation deals priced last week, confirming predictions that prime products would lead the way after the post-summer lull. Following Santander UK’s RMBS the previous week, a German auto lease ABS and a UK credit card deal both priced against a very choppy backdrop in other markets.

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