Investors embrace Santander UK prime RMBS return

Santander UK’s master trust securitization was greeted with acclaim this week as it became the latest issuer to return to the securitization market ahead of the expiry of the Bank of England’s term funding scheme (TFS) next year.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 25 Sep 2017

It is the first time that the bank has used the master trust for funding in more than a year while, as of June, it had drawn £7.5bn under TFS.

Final terms saw the senior short dated £250m class ‘A1’ notes sold at 28bp over

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