VW takes French ABS by storm, Aussie debut next

Volkswagen will continue its global expansion of auto ABS platforms with a debut deal in Australia later this year, after pricing its Driver France debut securitization comfortably inside French originators.

  • By Joseph McDevitt
  • 05 Sep 2013
Lead managers Barclays, BNP Paribas and VW Financial Services priced the two tranche Driver France FCT Compartiment 2013-1 on Thursday. The €465m of 1.37 year triple-A rated class 'As' were printed at 35bp over one month Libor, and the €16.2m of 1.77 year A1/A+/A(high) rated class 'Bs' were ...

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