Dutch RMBS Prices Below 100 Bps

The Netherlands-based Obvion Hypotheken’s Storm 2010-1 has become the first European residential mortgage-backed securities to price below 100 basis points since the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

  • 07 Apr 2010

-- Daniel O’Leary

The Netherlands-based Obvion Hypotheken’s Storm 2010-1 has become the first European residential mortgage-backed securities to price below 100 basis points since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. The €240 million ($321 million) A1 tranche of the latest Dutch deal closed at 80 bps over three-month Euribor when ...

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