US MBS investors await year end flurry with caution

Private label RMBS is set to have its busiest year ever since the financial crisis. But investors are only cautiously welcoming the upswing in volumes, which is being driven by new kinds of mortgage credit backed by a broader range of borrowers.

  • By Alexander Saeedy
  • 19 Sep 2018

“The end of this year is going to be the busiest new issue calendar for private label in recent memory. Issuance expectations across all classes have been exceeded,” said Colin McBurnette of Angel Oak Capital Advisors.

Alongside the usual bank issuers, many new issuers have come into the ...

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