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Sunday, 19 August 2018

Joy Wiltermuth' s stories

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  • Investors bite into Jimmy John's bond

    Ticker | 29 June 2017

    Sandwich chain Jimmy John’s mustered up plenty of investor appetite for its franchise securitisation this week, amassing more than US$3bn of orders for its US$800m offering.

  • More ABS deals on tap even as spreads see pressure

    Structured Finance | 06 April 2018

    Investors will have plenty of choices next week in the asset-backed and mortgage bond markets as fresh supply ramps up in the second quarter.

  • Upstart, Lending Club release guidance on debut ABS

    Ticker | 13 June 2017

    Online lenders Upstart and Lending Club both released guidance on Tuesday as they sought to sell personal loan securitizations for the first time from their own shelves.

  • Arby's restaurant

    ​Arby’s sells beefier ABS despite market turmoil

    Structured Finance | 13 November 2015

    Sandwich chain Arby’s beefed up the size of its latest securitisation despite market turmoil that caused other ABS deals to be trimmed or pulled.

  • Freddie Mac headquarters

    ​Freddie’s strong bid

    Structured Finance | 10 October 2014

    Freddie Mac saw strong bids for its roughly US$1bn list of pre-crash senior RMBS bonds offered last Wednesday, with 12 of the 13 lots trading, according to market data company Empirasign.

  • ​Timeshare ABS shrugs off regulation concerns

    Structured Finance | 07 August 2015

    Investors did not push back on the latest ABS from holiday property operator Marriott Vacations Worldwide, one of the biggest players in the timeshare sector, despite concerns that the industry will come under tighter regulations.

  • A building at 666 Fifth Avenue, owned by Kushner Companies

    666 Fifth Ave debt paid, except for a note with no hope

    Ticker | 13 August 2018

    The long saga surrounding the future of 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City has drawn to a close, but not without more than a hundred million dollars in bonds used to finance the trophy building taking a loss.

  • 666 Fifth Ave debt paid, except for a note with no hope

    Structured Finance | 17 August 2018

    The long saga surrounding the future of 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City has drawn to a close, but not without more than a hundred million dollars in bonds used to finance the trophy building taking a loss.

  • 666 Fifth CMBS in spotlight

    Structured Finance | 25 May 2018

    Brookfield Property Partners’ bid for a stake in 666 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan has put the debt on the trophy office tower in the spotlight, according to data analytics firm Trepp.

  • ABS appetite still running high

    Structured Finance | 23 March 2018

    Daimler, GM Financial and Navient came to market after one of the busiest weeks for ABS in years, and still managed to pull off bigger deals than expected.

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