Latest RMBS news
The European ABS market shifted to high gear this week, as market participants prepare to head off to Barcelona for Global ABS on June 6.
Dutch mortgage lender Obvion is marketing its second ever green RMBS transaction, Green Storm 2017, on the back of heavy investor demand for its debut green deal last year.
There is no easy answer to the non-performing loan problem that continues to weigh on Italian banks, but rather than a lasting solution it's touted to be, the Atlante fund is nothing more than a short term fix.
Principality Building Society is hitting the market with the first UK prime RMBS deal of 2017 as investors cry out for supply, which has been crippled by the Bank of England’s Term Funding Scheme.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the US's government sponsored mortgage giants, plan to ramp up their credit risk transfer programmes by roping in Reit and international investors. Both institutions face their capital buffers being reduced to zero next year, raising the prospect of additional taxpayer burdens, writes David Bell.
KKR’s Pillarstone platform has been granted a licence by the Bank of Greece to manage non-performing exposures for Greek banks.
Atlante II, the Italian rescue fund designed to take bad loans of the balance sheets of distressed Italian banks, has financed its first securitization.
Government sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have submitted proposals to extend their activities into under-served areas of the housing market, including mobile homes, rural housing and preserving affordable housing.
Freddie Mac is considering changing the structure of its structured agency credit risk (STACR) transactions, to open up the market to much bigger participation from real estate investment trust (REIT) investors.
House prices across Europe increased in 2016, but in the UK, while prices are still going up, the rate of growth has begun to to slow.
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|Rank||Lead Manager/Arranger||Total Volume $m||No. of Deals||Share % by Volume|
|1||Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML)||3,136||9||13.58|
Bookrunners of Global Structured Finance
|Rank||Lead Manager||Amount $m||No of issues||Share %|
|2||Bank of America Merrill Lynch||37,631.92||109||11.85%|
|3||Wells Fargo Securities||32,082.26||89||10.11%|