H.E.A.T. Mezz CDO May Face Redemption Payment Shortfall

The H.E.A.T. Mezzanine I-2005 German small-to-medium enterprise collateralized debt obligation, issued by HSBC’s Dusseldorf-based asset management subsidiary HSBC Trinkaus, may not be able to repay its notes in full on its Aug. 10 maturity date.

  • 24 May 2012

The H.E.A.T. Mezzanine I-2005 German small-to-medium enterprise collateralized debt obligation, issued by HSBC’s Dusseldorf-based asset management subsidiary HSBC Trinkaus, may not be able to repay its notes in full on its Aug. 10 maturity date.

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