Liberty Financial prices A$200m RMBS

Australia's Liberty Financial issued a A$200m ($179m) securitisation of prime Australian mortgages on Wednesday, the first RMBS to be issued in Australia’s recovering market for a month.

  • 12 Aug 2010

Joint lead managers Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and National Australia Bank priced the senior triple-A piece at 100bp over the bank bill swap rate. That was in with price guidance for the A$85m class ‘A1’, which has a weighted average life of 0.8 years.

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