“We have another three to four [ABS issuances] on the schedule this year for both FFELP and private student loans if the market remains conducive. We’re committed to being a programmatic issuer.”

—Kenneth Fischbach, svp and capital markets director at Sallie Mae, at the ABS issuers and investors panel at JPMorgan’s Securitized Products Research Conference, Wednesday. The student loan originator and ABS issuer closed its second Federal Family Education Loan Program transaction of the year this week

  • 09 Mar 2012
“We have another three to four [ABS issuances] on the schedule this year for both FFELP and private student loans if the market remains conducive. We’re committed to being a programmatic issuer.”—Kenneth Fischbach, svp and capital markets director at Sallie Mae, at the ABS issuers and investors panel at ...

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3 Rabobank 2,633 4 6.51
4 Goldman Sachs 2,615 4 6.46
5 Barclays 2,603 8 6.43

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