Goldman preps ‘RMBS 3.0’ which could slash reissue costs

By Owen Sanderson
21 Nov 2019

Retail banking is in vogue at Goldman Sachs: its Dutch ultra-prime mortgage lending programme made around €30m in revenue for the US bank last year alone. These deals include features the bank calls “RMBS 3.0” that could slash the costs of future refinancings.

Goldman Sachs has a reputation for involving itself in the racier bits of securitization and loan portfolios. It is the fourth largest buyer of legacy assets, after Cerberus, Blackstone and Lone Star, according to Deloitte’s latest ‘Deleveraging Europe’ report, and has bought large books of non-performing ...

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