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Saturday, 21 October 2017

Anil Mayre' s stories

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  • Banque PSA Finance logo

    PSA reoffering rare on two fronts

    Structured Finance | 20 February 2015

    Banque PSA Finance turned to an existing fixed-rate Spanish auto deal to mark its first European ABS transaction of the year last week. This was rare on two fronts. European securitisation is predominantly floating-rate, and Spanish public offerings of Spanish bonds have been limited to a smattering of trades since the

  • Europe ABS Brief: Auto trio en-route, mortgage supply readies

    Ticker | 16 February 2015

    Societe Generale subsidiary Bank Deutsches Kraftfahrzeuggewerbe GmbH (BDK) has announced its latest German auto ABS via its parent company.

  • Pedestrians pass a Nationwide building society in London

    Successful return for Silverstone

    Structured Finance | 13 February 2015

    Nationwide Building Society priced its first RMBS in almost three years on Friday afternoon, benefiting from a lack of prime supply in recent weeks to price a £1.5bn equivalent deal size from an indication of a minimum £1bn.

  • An offshore wind farm

    Biggest OFTO bond prints

    Structured Finance | 13 February 2015

    Gwynt y Mor OFTO plc became the second  and largest offshore transmission operations (OFTO) project to be financed in the bond market last week.  

  • Essen skyline

    Soprano hits sour note

    Structured Finance | 06 February 2015

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  • Europe ABS Brief: UK arrears drop; Infinity 07-1 EHE-1A under scrutiny

    Ticker | 04 February 2015

    Late-stage UK prime mortgage arrears are at 1.4%, their lowest level since January 2009, according to a new report from Fitch. This represents a 23.9% decline over the course of 2014. And the buy-to-let and non-conforming portfolios are performing better too, dropping to 1.5% and 10.9% from 1.8% and 11.6%, with recently originated loans under stricter criteria outperforming the pre-crisis vintages.

  • Europe ABS Brief: Restructured Eurosail out; ESMA to survey on ratings

    Ticker | 03 February 2015

    Some UK RMBS supply is finally on its way, but not in the typical format of a brand new trade. Instead, BAML and Deutsche Bank have been mandated to re-market the restructured Eurosail-UK 2007-4BL non-conforming transaction with a view to pricing on Friday.

  • S&P pays US$77m to settle CMBS charges

    Ticker | 21 January 2015

    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.

  • Europe ABS Brief: Commercial property trades join autos in the pipeline

    Ticker | 19 January 2015

    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.

  • Gavel

    Warwick Street settles out of court

    Structured Finance | 16 January 2015

    Commercial real estate valuer/surveyor Warwick Street has struck an out-of-court settlement to pay just over half the amount it was being pursued for in relation to an alleged overvaluation of a German logistics property back in 2006.