Aussie Home Loans preps debut RMBS

Australian non-bank lender Aussie Home Loans is close to launching a debut residential mortgage-backed securitisation. But concerns about the sovereign debt crisis in Europe and decreased liquidity at home could delay the deal.

  • 28 Jun 2011

Aussie Home Loans is talking to investors about a “benchmark-sized” RMBS that could raise around A$500m ($521.9m).

“The issuer is in the process of sounding out the market so the size hasn’t really been decided, but it’s likely to be a benchmark issue,” said a banker close to the ...

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