BAML prices Taurus European CMBS deal

After snapping up around €100bn of ABS this year, investors are preparing to shut their books in the run up to year end. The last remaining CMBS deal in the pipeline — Taurus 2018-3 DEU from Bank of America Merrill Lynch — was priced on Wednesday with senior tranche demand just over the threshold and junior spreads offered at wider levels compared with initial price talk.

  • By Asad Ali
  • 12 Dec 2018

The €475m CMBS was announced on December 3 and was expected to be priced on Tuesday, with the last spread guidance of 110bp over Euribor for the senior triple-A tranche holding steady from initial talk. The tranche was 1.1 times subscribed according to the last update.

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