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Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Chris Moore' s stories

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  • Graduates

    Mixed pricing for student loan ABS

    Top News | 07 December 2018

    The UK government shrugged off criticism that its student loan sales do not provide value for money to taxpayers when it last week priced the second deal from a securitisation programme designed to raise £15bn by 2023.

  • UK Students

    Mixed pricing for second UK student loan ABS

    Ticker | 04 December 2018

    The UK government issued its second student loan securitisation on Tuesday, selling rated notes at a wider spread than 12 months earlier but getting better pricing on the deeply discounted first loss.

  • A worker adjusts and cleans the logo of the European Commission at the entrance of the Berlaymont building

    New securitisation rules threaten 2019 pipeline

    Top News | 30 November 2018

    Mainstay securitisation issuers and buyers could shun the market in the first half of 2019 because new European regulations taking effect from the start of the year are not yet finalised.

  • UK Students

    UK student loan ABS IPTs wide for rated notes

    Ticker | 28 November 2018

    Initial price thoughts released today for the UK government student loan ABS show the rated notes coming wide of the last deal. The assets are expected to perform better but ABS market conditions are much weaker than when the previous deal priced one year ago.

  • UK Students

    Taxpayers short-changed by student loan ABS, MPs say

    Top News | 23 November 2018

    The government received too little from investors when it sold a slug of UK student loans with a face-value of £3.3bn through a groundbreaking securitisation that raised £1.7bn in December last year, according to a report by UK legislators.

  • Dutch MBS moves back to par

    Structured Finance | 23 November 2018

    Two years after Dutch new issue RMBS started pricing above par and with pre-set coupons, spread widening in the asset class has pushed NIBC to par for its new Dutch MBS XIX trade.

  • UK Students

    Taxpayers short-changed by student loan ABS, MPs say

    Ticker | 22 November 2018

    The government received too little from investors when it sold a £3.3bn slug of UK student loans through a groundbreaking securitisation that raised £1.7bn in December last year, according to a report by UK legislators.

  • MOVES-VW's Stefan Rolf to join ING

    Ticker | 05 November 2018

    ING has appointed Volkswagen Bank’s Stefan Rolf as global head of securitisation for wholesale banking lending, a newly created position.

  • CLO market faces threat from amateur investors

    Sub-prime spectre haunts CLOs

    Top News | 26 October 2018

    Fears that an overheated CLO market has fuelled a leveraged finance bubble that could lead to a corporate credit crunch have put securitisation back under the spotlight, 10 years after the technology was central to the last financial crisis.

  • 'Mortar board' hats are thrown in the air following a graduation ceremony for students at University of Brighton

    Second time lucky for UK student loans ABS?

    Top News | 12 October 2018

    The UK government has announced the second student loan sale from a five-year programme to securitise £30bn of pre-2012 student debt.

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