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Monday, 23 October 2017

Natalie Harrison' s stories

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    AIG back in RMBS after summer debut

    Ticker | 20 October 2017

    American International Group, which made a splash this summer with its first bond sale backed by home loans, is back in the market with a follow-up trade.

  • Red-hot ABS market on a roll

    Structured Finance | 20 October 2017

    US investor appetite for asset-backed bonds is as strong as ever with books for deals across multiple sectors hugely oversubscribed even as spreads continue to grind tighter.

  • Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Conduct Authority, speaks during a "Reuters Newsmaker"

    'Life after Libor' language puts banks in control

    Top News | 20 October 2017

    Who would you trust to decide the precise levels of coupon payments you receive on your debt holdings after Libor is discontinued?

  • Prosper Marketplace office

    Prosper tightens guidance on consumer loan ABS

    Ticker | 18 October 2017

    Online lender Prosper Marketplace pulled in guidance on its US$501.05m consumer loan ABS on Wednesday, with all three of the deal’s tranches heard to be at least twice covered.

  • CORRECTED-Red-hot ABS market on a roll

    Ticker | 17 October 2017

    Investor appetite for asset-backed bonds is as strong as ever with books for deals across multiple sectors hugely oversubscribed even as spreads keep grinding tighter.

  • Life after Libor language tweaked again in JP Morgan bond

    Ticker | 16 October 2017

    JP Morgan on Friday made the latest attempt to lay out how bonds will be valued without Libor, as the market grapples with how to proceed once the benchmark rate is phased out.

  • ABS debutants unloved by buyside

    Structured Finance | 13 October 2017

    Recent newcomers to the US asset-backed market have been met with a lukewarm reception by investors worried about complex structures, quality of assets and what some analysts said were inappropriate ratings.

  • Verizon cellphone ABS gets bigger and better

    Ticker | 12 October 2017

    Verizon Wireless sold its biggest securitization yet of mobile phone payments this week and, unlike on its last deal in June, pricing was pulled in sharply on all tranches.

  • Global ABS issuance set for strong 2017: S&P

    Ticker | 11 October 2017

    Global ABS issuance is expected to remain robust into 2018, with increased growth in China and Latin America in particular, S&P said in a report published Wednesday.

  • Hot market kicks off Q4 with a bang

    Structured Finance | 06 October 2017

    Spreads in the US market show few signs of strain despite heavy supply, with debut issuers such as Bank of Montreal sidestepping the usual concession that newcomers usually have to pay while others such as Ford Credit set post-crisis tights.

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