Tough market conditions make for mixed results in primary

A difficult market backdrop for issuance led to low coverage ratios and mixed pricing results in the primary market this week. Santander Consumer UK had to offer up a larger premium than it initially intended to get Motor UK auto ABS away, although BNP Paribas Personal Finance was able to price in line with guidance.

  • By Joseph McDevitt
  • 13 Jun 2013
Credit markets were volatile enough this week to keep the European senior unsecured and covered bond markets shut. ABS deals are usually resilient enough to shrug off a rough week in credit markets, but on this occasion the volatility has hit ABS spreads across the board, making tight ...

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