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  • Aircraft ABS with tradable equity hits market

    Ticker | 12 June 2018

    General Electric's aircraft arm is marketing an unique asset-backed bond with a tradeable equity slice that will be sold via a clearinghouse for the first time, according to three people familiar with the transaction.

  • Vivint sees sunny reception for solar ABS deal

    Structured Finance | 08 June 2018

    Vivint Solar got a warm reception for its debut securitisation of sun-powered assets even as the industry grapples with slower growth and a push for profits.

  • Window to pay CMBS loans early still open: KBRA

    Structured Finance | 08 June 2018

    Property owners could benefit by repaying CMBS debt early with building prices still on the rise and rates near historical lows, despite a recent spike, KBRA said in a new report.

  • Car underwater

    Sub-prime auto puts more junk in trunk

    Ticker | 08 June 2018

    Car finance companies have pushed into fresh territory this year by selling Single B rated debt backed by loans made to sub-prime borrowers.

  • Kroll Bond Rating Agency logo

    Window to pay CMBS loans early still open: KBRA

    Ticker | 07 June 2018

    Property owners could yet benefit by repaying CMBS debt early with building prices still on the rise and rates near historical lows, despite a recent spike, KBRA said in a new report.

  • Students wearing sun ray-shaped headwear pose in front of solar panels as they take part in the “Global day of action against climate change” rally during the Greenpeace clean energy parade at the Quezon city circle in Manila.

    Vivint sees sunny reception for solar ABS deal

    Ticker | 06 June 2018

    Vivint Solar got a warm reception for its debut securitisation of sun-powered assets even as the industry grapples with slower growth and a push for profits.

  • Deutsche selling unique CMBS pooling high-rises

    Structured Finance | 01 June 2018

    Deutsche Bank is looking to sell a rare type of mortgage bond pooling loans on residential high-rises in New York and San Francisco – cities that command some of the most expensive rents in the country.

  • Deutsche Bank

    Deutsche selling unique CMBS pooling high-rises

    Ticker | 01 June 2018

    Deutsche Bank is looking to sell a rare type of mortgage bond pooling loans on residential high-rises in New York and San Francisco - cities that command some of the most expensive rents in the country.

  • Kroll Bond Rating Agency logo

    Honor's sub-prime auto ABS gets second ratings warning

    Ticker | 25 May 2018

    Honor Finance got its second warning this week that part of its only sub-prime auto loan securitisation could be downgraded.

  • Investors hungry for burger bonds

    Structured Finance | 25 May 2018

    Investors gobbled up new burger bonds from CKE Restaurants, the fast-food operator behind Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s.

  • 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.

  • LoanCore sells biggest CRE CLO since the crisis

    Structured Finance | 25 May 2018

    Real estate lender LoanCore Capital has sold the biggest CLO of commercial real estate property loans since the financial crisis, in a deal that also allows for proactive management of its collateral.

  • Buyers take a bite out of burger bonds

    Buyers take a bite out of burger bonds

    Ticker | 23 May 2018

    Investors gobbled up new burger bonds from CKE Restaurants, the fast-food operator behind Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s.

  • LoanCore Realty Trust logo

    LoanCore sells biggest CRE CLO since the crisis

    Ticker | 22 May 2018

    Real estate lender LoanCore Capital has sold the biggest CLO of commercial real estate property loans since the financial crisis, a deal that also allows for proactive management of its collateral.

  • Brookfield Asset Management headquarters

    Brookfield bid for 666 Fifth stake puts debt in spotlight

    Ticker | 21 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.

  • CMBS roars on with trophy property finance

    Structured Finance | 18 May 2018

    Building owners have increasingly turned to the bond market to finance trophy assets and large commercial property portfolios, bolstered by high valuations and drawn in by low rates.

  • Melvin Watt

    Cuts to GSE footprint likely under new FHFA leadership: report

    Ticker | 16 May 2018

    The prospect of a leadership change next year at the FHFA would likely mean a reduction of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae’s footprint in the US mortgage market, according to a new Urban Institute report.

  • Morgan Stanley

    Stay defensive in structured finance: Morgan Stanley

    Ticker | 15 May 2018

    Structured finance spreads will likely widen as the market weans off years of accommodative central bank policy in the US and Europe, Morgan Stanley analysts said on Tuesday in their mid-year outlook.

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Riskier real estate lending likely driven by CMBS: analysts

    Ticker | 14 May 2018

    Commercial real estate lending has gotten riskier this year as the CMBS market has branched out beyond refinancing debt bundled into prior bond deals, Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts said in a new report.

  • Investors dig Times Square dirt bond

    Structured Finance | 11 May 2018

    Bond buyers have snapped up the dirt beneath a new luxury hotel and retail complex in New York’s Times Square, betting on big returns from one of the biggest tourist hot spots in the world.

  • Honor's sub-prime auto ABS troubled

    Structured Finance | 11 May 2018

    Honor Finance’s one and only sub-prime auto loan securitisation is being closely watched for signs of trouble as the lender grapples with rising loan defaults.

  • FreddieMac.jpg

    Freddie's new lending facility seen as 'mission creep': Cowen

    Ticker | 08 May 2018

    Freddie Mac’s move to provide lending facilities for non-bank lenders could trigger political backlash and hurt the housing market, according to a new report from investment banking firm Cowen and Company.

  • Second month of gains for auto ABS indices: KBRA

    Ticker | 04 May 2018

    Prime and sub-prime auto loan ABS indices notched up a second straight month of gains in April as more borrowers made their vehicle payments, according to a KBRA report on Friday.

  • Caliber mortgages Ginnie servicing rights

    Structured Finance | 04 May 2018

    Caliber Home Loans is the latest non-bank entrant to expand its funding options by securitising mortgage servicing rights on riskier Ginnie Mae loans.

  • First sub-prime lease ABS in demand

    Structured Finance | 04 May 2018

    American Car Center picked a good time to sell the sector’s first auto bond deal to bundle up leases to sub-prime borrowers.

  • Petsmart store

    CMBS market has US$7.3bn PetSmart exposure: Trepp

    Ticker | 01 May 2018

    Struggling retailer PetSmart has a US$7.3bn footprint in the commercial mortgage bond market across 153 deals, data provider Trepp said on Tuesday.

  • Holden cars at a dealership in Perth

    ACC's first sub-prime lease deal sees high demand

    Ticker | 30 April 2018

    American Car Center picked a good time to sell the sector’s first auto bond deal to bundle up leases to sub-prime borrowers.

  • Fitch Ratings headquarters in New York

    Rated RPL RMBS beating expectations: Fitch

    Ticker | 26 April 2018

    Rated securitisations of home loans with a prior history of default are performing better than expected, according to a Fitch Ratings report on Thursday.

  • US Senate votes to end guidance on auto loans

    Structured Finance | 20 April 2018

    The US Senate last Wednesday voted to scrap Obama-era guidance aimed at preventing auto lenders from charging borrowers higher rates based on factors such as race or national origin.

  • Citigroup veteran Vanderslice departs for Cantor

    People & Markets | 20 April 2018

    Paul Vanderslice has left Citigroup after nearly three decades to head the real estate securities arm of Cantor Fitzgerald, a person familiar with the matter told IFR.

  • Crowd forms at bottom of ABS credit spectrum

    Structured Finance | 20 April 2018

    Lower ratings and higher yields were the hot ticket this week as investors in asset-backed bonds jumped down the credit spectrum to snap up deals.

  • MOVES-Citigroup veteran Vanderslice departs for Cantor

    Ticker | 20 April 2018

    Paul Vanderslice has left Citigroup after nearly three decades to head the real estate securities arm of Cantor Fitzgerald, a person familiar with the matter told IFR.

  • UPDATE 1-US Senate votes to end guidance on auto loans

    Ticker | 18 April 2018

    The US Senate on Wednesday voted to scrap Obama-era guidance aimed at preventing auto lenders from charging borrowers higher rates based on factors such as race or national origin.

  • Tesla logo

    Tesla recalls could disrupt ABS cash flows: Moody's

    Ticker | 17 April 2018

    Tesla’s recall of some Model S vehicles could temporarily disrupt cashflows to its recent debut auto lease securitisation, Moody’s said on Tuesday.

  • Domino's

    Domino's issues talk on US$825m WBS deal

    Ticker | 16 April 2018

    Domino’s announced guidance Monday on a US$825m whole business securitisation, the second WBS deal of the year.

  • TABLE-Debut ABS issuer ratings in past six months

    Ticker | 13 April 2018

    The following is a chart of debut US asset-backed bonds issued over the past six months with details on ratings. For related story: nL8N1R54XY

  • Is one set of ratings enough for ABS?

    Structured Finance | 13 April 2018

    When Tesla packaged its car leases into bonds for the first time in February, it took the unusual step of securing ratings from only one agency.

  • US CMBS AND MBS DEAL PRICINGS

    Structured Finance | 13 April 2018

    CMBS PRICED

  • Securities and Exchange Commission logo

    Bond investors lukewarm on data delay

    Top News | 13 April 2018

    A proposal to delay disclosure of large corporate bond purchases in order to improve market liquidity is getting push-back from some of the investors that could benefit most from the change.

  • After debut, Mello Mortgage eyes more RMBS deals

    Structured Finance | 13 April 2018

    Mello Mortgage, a unit of loanDepot, sold its debut home loan securitisation last week and expects to bring a second deal this year, a company official told IFR.

  • Tesla logo

    Is one set of ratings enough for ABS?

    Ticker | 13 April 2018

    When Tesla packaged its car leases into bonds for the first time in February, it took the unusual step of securing ratings from only one agency.

  • Securities and Exchange Commission logo

    Bond investors lukewarm on call to delay data

    Ticker | 12 April 2018

    A proposal to delay disclosure of large corporate bond purchases in order to improve market liquidity is getting push-back from some of the investors who could benefit most from the change.

  • loanDepot logo

    After debut, Mello Mortgage eyes more RMBS deals

    Ticker | 12 April 2018

    Mello Mortgage, a unit of loanDepot, sold its debut home loan securitisation last week and expects to bring a second deal this year, a company official told IFR.

  • 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.

  • US MBS DEAL PRICINGS

    Structured Finance | 06 April 2018

    CMBS PRICED

  • US ABS DEAL PRICINGS

    Structured Finance | 06 April 2018

    UPSTART

  • GM Financial logo

    More ABS deals on tap even as spreads see pressure

    Ticker | 05 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.

  • A view shows the Standard & Poor's building in New York's financial district

    Risks rise in conduit CMBS deals in Q1 2018: S&P

    Ticker | 03 April 2018

    Lenders cast aside the safer underwriting standards of last year’s commercial mortgage bond deals to pile more debt on properties in the Q1 of 2018, according to a new S&P report on Tuesday.

  • Volatility

    ABS investors ready for Q2 volatility

    Ticker | 30 March 2018

    Investors in bonds backed by consumer debt are gearing up for more volatility in the second quarter, but could be ready to snap up asset-backed securities on the cheap.

  • ABS investors ready for Q2 volatility

    Structured Finance | 29 March 2018

    Investors in bonds backed by consumer debt are gearing up for more volatility in the second quarter, but could be ready to snap up asset-backed securities on the cheap.

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