Macquarie, AMP Bank keep Aussie RMBS ticking along

Macquarie Bank found a solid bid for its first Puma RMBS of the year on Wednesday, while AMP Bank priced its Progress 2013-1 RMBS in line with guidance on the same day.

  • By Joseph McDevitt
  • 04 Sep 2013

Macquarie has mandated ANZ Bank, Citi, and National Australia Bank as lead managers alongside itself for the A$500m ($459m) Puma 2013-1 Trust, which is backed by prime mortgages that all benefit from lenders’ mortgage insurance. 

The deal will offer A$460m of triple-A rated class ‘A’ notes with a 3.5 ...

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