Aussie Deal Spied Amid Muted U.S. Primary

Market chatter has pegged a U.S. dollar-denominated Australian auto asset-backed deal to hit the U.S. securitization market soon from Macquarie Leasing, as U.S. primary ABS activity remains otherwise muted with no new deals surfacing by the end of 2013’s first week.

  • 03 Jan 2013

Market chatter has pegged a U.S. dollar-denominated Australian auto asset-backed deal to hit the U.S. securitization market soon from Macquarie Leasing, as U.S. primary ABS activity remains otherwise muted with no new deals surfacing by the end of 2013’s first week.

The Australian deal is said to be ...

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