UK prime RMBS offering enters primary pipeline

Challenger bank and specialist mortgage lender Charter Court Financial Services announced a new sterling prime UK RMBS on Wednesday, led by Lloyds Bank, with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Natixis acting as joint lead managers.

  • By Asad Ali
  • 16 May 2018

Charter Court, which sources new business from 21,000 registered intermediaries, has previously completed 10 securitizations of mostly buy-to-let mortgages pools. The lender launched its RMBS programme in 2013.

The deal is provisionally sized with an all first lien collateral pool balance of £304.4m, comprising 1,923 accounts which are ...

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