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In a letter to US Department of Education secretary Betsy DeVos on Monday, attorneys general of 21 states expressed their concerns over the dismantling of “common-sense” Obama-era student loan servicing reforms.
Investors in France are looking ahead to June’s legislative elections under the assumption that Emmanuel Macron is set to become the next president of France on May 7 when he faces the National Front’s Marine Le Pen in a deciding vote.
Subprime marketplace lender Avant is readying its first ABS transaction of 2017.
Buyers of UK assets are in for a hair raising ride if they attempt to make a quick quid off sterling rallies and depreciations despite what seems like a measured response to news of a general election on June 8.
The capital markets have quieted in the run up to the first round of the French presidential election on Sunday, with investors hanging back and positioning themselves to navigate any volatility in the event of what could be a surprise, but nightmarish, result.
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) industry experts warned that anti-PACE bills introduced by congressional lawmakers this month could "inflict serious wounds" on a multi-billion dollar industry if passed in their current form.
Daimler’s subsidiary Mercedes-Benz Auto Finance priced its first transaction under the Silver Arrow China series in 2017, while Ford Automotive Finance (China) also wrapped up its auto loan ABS, Fuyuan 2017-1.
US banks having been piling back into the dollar market after publishing their results for the first quarter of 2017, while upcoming elections in the UK and France have helped subdue supply in euros.
Air Lease Corporation is marketing its second term securitization, Thunderbolt (TBOLT) 2017, amid increasing interest in the sector from a range of fixed income buyers.
Capital markets seem content with UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s election confidence on the back of commanding poll data but investors be wary of shocks on polling day. A move meant to shore up May could instead lead to more uncertainty.
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|Rank||Lead Manager/Arranger||Total Volume $m||No. of Deals||Share % by Volume|
|1||Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML)||6,778||8||22.97|
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|2||Bank of America Merrill Lynch||35,181.47||86||13.56%|
|3||Wells Fargo Securities||24,415.38||74||9.41%|