Queen’s Walk Making Room For More ABS

Queen’s Walk Investment says it has paid back its financing facility nine months ahead of schedule so that it can increase its investment in undervalued asset-backed securities.

  • 11 Jun 2010
Queen’s Walk Investment says it has paid back its financing facility nine months ahead of schedule so that it can increase its investment in undervalued asset-backed securities. The Guernsey-based firm, which has now completely cleared its balance sheet, plans to boost its investment in ABS bonds, which represented ...

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