Non-Prime Talk Rekindles, But Deals Still A Gleam In The Eye, Issuers Say

Talk of non-prime residential mortgage-backed securities is rekindling around reports that a handful of firms are testing the waters with investors and ratings agencies, but market players say major hurdles remain for the asset class.

  • 22 Nov 2013

Talk of non-prime residential mortgage-backed securities is rekindling around reports that a handful of firms are testing the waters with investors and ratings agencies, but market players say major hurdles remain for the asset class.

Rumors and reports have emerged in recent days claiming Banc of California, Carrington ...

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