ING preplaces second Orange Lion RMBS in a month

ING Bank has preplaced the senior €1.365bn ($1.825bn) class ‘A’ tranche from its Orange Lion 2013-9, only the third time that bonds from the Dutch residential mortgage-backed securities programme has been sold to investors, and just a month after the previous trade in the series.

  • 22 Feb 2013
The 5.1 year series were printed at three month Euribor plus 85bp, while the €64.9m ($86.8m) class ‘B’ tranche and the €42.9m ($57.3m) class ‘C’ reserve fund class were not rated or sold. The deal securitised a pool of Dutch residential mortgages originated by ING and its Postbank ...

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4 SK Securities 192.86 1 19,286,162,593.99%
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