Payment receivables ABS give Turkish banks lifeline

Diversified payment receivables securitizations, a deal structure used extensively by Turkey’s big banks, could be a vital route to help these institutions access more hard currency term funding as the crisis in the country deepens. But these deals have increasingly relied on development institutions in recent years, rather than private demand.

  • By Owen Sanderson
  • 14 Aug 2018

Though Turkish bank debt has sold off sharply, with Halkbank’s 5% 2021s down nearly 15 points on Monday and Isbank’s 7% 2028 tier two down 13 points, the DPR transactions are protected from the developing crisis in two major respects.

First, they are fully offshore. Payment receivables from ...

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