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Thursday, 17 January 2019

Joy Wiltermuth' s stories

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  • A man stands outside Fannie Mae headquarters in Washington

    Fannie sells reinsurers apartment loan risks

    Ticker | 07 September 2018

    Housing giant Fannie Mae has a new way to offload risks associated with its massive multi-family finance business.

  • Express Scripts office

    Cigna launches US$20bn M&A bond deal

    Ticker | 07 September 2018

    US health insurer Cigna was overwhelmed with investor demand for its US$20bn bond deal on Thursday to help finance its purchase of Express Scripts.

  • ENI/Reuters

    Eni, Unilever headline rush of Yankee bond deals

    Ticker | 07 September 2018

    Italian energy company Eni and UK consumer goods giant Unilever led a surge of Yankee issuance in the US high-grade primary market this week, seizing a chance to lock in attractive borrowing costs overseas.

  • Express Scripts

    Cigna readies jumbo M&A bond

    Ticker | 04 September 2018

    Health insurer Cigna is readying a jumbo high-grade bond deal, expected to be about US$20bn in size, to help finance its acquisition of pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts, two sources familiar with the details told IFR.

  • Pfizer World Headquarters building

    Pfizer kicks off busy September in high-grade

    Ticker | 04 September 2018

    Drug maker Pfizer led a busy day in the US high-grade market on Tuesday as market participants got back to business after the long Labor Day weekend.

  • Mortgage

    Mortgage bond ratings get harder to decode

    Top News | 31 August 2018

    Credit rating opinions on new types of residential mortgage bonds have become increasingly divided, making it harder for investors to gauge their risks.

  • MOVES-SocGen's McGarvey leaves bank

    Ticker | 29 August 2018

    Dan McGarvey, Societe Generale’s head of US asset-backed products origination, has left the bank, according to two people familiar with the matter.

  • vw volkswagen

    ABS supply may set post-crash record

    Ticker | 27 August 2018

    Asset-backed bond issuance could set a post-crisis record of US$225bn this year due to robust supply and favourable financing conditions, according to JP Morgan data.

  • Rising student debt burden could fall to the US government

    Structured Finance | 24 August 2018

    Repayment of the US$1.5trn US student loan burden will mostly fall to the government unless new plans are designed that help borrowers chip away at their debts, S&P said in a report.

  • Graduation ceremony

    Rising student debt burden could fall to US government

    Ticker | 22 August 2018

    Repayment of the US$1.5trn US student loan burden will mostly fall to the government unless new plans are designed that help borrowers chip away at their debts, S&P said in a new report.