Leads step in as Merc ABS speeds past regs probe

Mercedes-Benz Auto Finance pulled off its biggest auto loan ABS deal to date on Tuesday at its tightest price since 2017, despite a last minute regulatory probe into the originator. But the apparent success owed plenty to the lead underwriters’ co-ordinated efforts to keep the issuer happy and the primacy of credit ratings to international buyers, writes Rebecca Feng.

  • By Rebecca Feng
  • 25 Apr 2019

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