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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Anil Mayre' s stories

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  • Europe ABS Brief: Storm IPTs out, Draghi pins ABS expectations

    Ticker | 23 September 2014

    Pricing updates are out on two deals today, a German auto ABS and a Dutch RMBS.     

  • Punch Taverns

    Punch Taverns restructure finally gets approval

    Capital City | 18 September 2014

    UK-based Punch Taverns won approval to restructure its debt, gaining agreement from shareholders and bondholders alike after years of wrangling.

  • Europe ABS Brief: Autos in front with VW and FirstRand, two Italians banks structure

    Ticker | 15 September 2014

    Auto ABS is at the forefront of primary market activity again, with one new deal announced and initial price thoughts released on another.

  • structured finance

    Cairn arranges bonds backed by properties let to NBG

    Capital City | 26 August 2014

    Pangaea Funding 1, a Greek €237.5m issue backed by mortgages and pledges over a portfolio of 77 properties 99.4% let to National Bank of Greece, closed on August 22 via Cairn Capital.

  • Punch Taverns

    Punch restructuring plan launched

    Structured Finance | 22 August 2014

    Punch Taverns hopes to step closer to restructuring its £2.26bn debt stack as it finally launched a plan last week after about two years of discussions. 

  • The logo of Swiss bank Credit Suisse is seen on an office building in Zurich

    NHP sale shelved on swap wrangling

    Structured Finance | 15 August 2014

    An issuer notice published on Wednesday afternoon confirmed that special servicer Capita would not proceed with two bids it has received for the NHP borrower group by way of a share sale while it remains in dispute with Credit Suisse about the swap payments in the Titan Europe 2007-1 (NHP) CMBS that is backed by the care homes run by the group.

  • Westfield

    Westfield scuppered by unsettled investors

    Top News | 08 August 2014

    Westfield Corporation failed to push through the year’s first agency European CMBS last week ahead of the summer break, though there are divergent views in the market as to what really derailed it. The leads pointed to investor queries about risk retention, but the deal was also criticised for simply being too tight.

  • A sign advertising retail units

    Westfield can set agency template

    Structured Finance | 01 August 2014

     

  • minibonds

    Greece eyes SME 'minibonds'

    Top News | 25 July 2014

    The first batch of issuance under a “minibond” programme that the Athens Exchange Group (Athex) has been promoting to finance Greek SMEs is set for launch after the summer break.

  • Logo of the European Investment Bank

    Italian water utilities pool minibonds

    Structured Finance | 25 July 2014

    Eight Italian water utilities in the Veneto region have side-stepped the bank loan market by pooling minibonds they have issued and using them as collateral for an asset-backed securitisation.