Volkswagen to follow Schuldschein with new French auto loan ABS

Volkswagen is in the securitization market for the second time this month with a French auto loan deal, following closely behind a €900m Schuldschein deal that was aimed at gauging investor appetite ahead of an expected return to public unsecured debt markets.

  • By David Bell
  • 16 Mar 2017
The auto maker's €467.5m French auto loan deal ,Driver France Three, features a triple-A rated €448m ‘A’ class with a 1.23 year weighted average life, which is expected to be priced above par. BMW also priced the senior notes of its last French auto ...

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