Nice and Ezi: Flexi reopens Australian consumer ABS

Australian retail finance company Certegy Ezi-Pay raised A$225m ($237.8m) at the end of last week, closing the first consumer receivables securitisation in the country all year.

  • 06 Aug 2012

Certegy, a fully-owned subsidiary of finance and telecommunications company FlexiGroup, originated a pool of around A$250m unsecured consumer loans to back the deal, named Flexi ABS Trust 2012-1.

The pool is relatively novel for Australian investors, although the originator has tapped the market before. The loans backing the ...

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