Mortgage lenders rush RMBS pipeline

RMBS issuers have flocked to the primary market this week, with five deals hitting the pipeline through Wednesday across a range of asset types, including a new structure from Freddie Mac, a second prime jumbo deal from AIG, and a rare mortgage insurance deal from Arch Capital.

  • By David Bell
  • 18 Oct 2017
AIG’s new deal, CSMC 2017-HL2, is backed by the same high quality collateral that was securitized in the insurer's first RMBS deal in June. The issuer is bringing a bigger deal this time around with $638.1m of paper on offer backed by 1,029 high quality prime loans, compared ...

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