First Post-Crisis Portuguese ABS Attracts Solid Interest

The first post-crisis primary market securitization from Portugal—a EUR226.4 million ($277.2 million) consumer and auto loan asset-backed trade originated by Banif and Banco Mais—priced this week.

  • 18 Jul 2012
The first post-crisis primary market securitization from Portugal—a EUR226.4 million ($277.2 million) consumer and auto loan asset-backed trade originated by Banif and Banco Mais—priced this week. Market watchers say the deal demonstrates renewed appetite for Portuguese ABS. “This is, to our knowledge, the first primary placement of a ...

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