Deal flow picks up as SLABS, RMBS deals enter pipeline

Deal flow is picking up across US structured products midweek, with investors offered a smattering of securitized assets including a Sallie Mae private student loan deal and a non-agency RMBS offering from Flagstar.

  • By Max Adams
  • 05 Sep 2018
On Wednesday, Sallie Mae announced a $544m private student loan securitization. According to Moody’s, the deal is backed entirely by the lender’s Smart Option loans, which Sallie Mae began originating in 2009 to undergraduate and graduate school borrowers with high FICO scores or a higher percentage of co-signers. ...

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