Aussie Lender Preps RMBS With A Twist

Australia’s Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is preparing to launch an AUD$775 million ($764.98 million) securitization designed to attract non-traditional investors to the instruments—namely, institutional investors that track benchmark bond indices.

  • 07 Dec 2010
Australia’s Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is preparing to launch an AUD$775 million ($764.98 million) securitization designed to attract non-traditional investors to the instruments—namely, institutional investors that track benchmark bond indices. The deal, which is being arranged and managed by National Australia Bank, offers institutional investors securities that have ...

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