Dealers Scramble To Bid For Final ING Sale, But Investors May Hesitate

28 Jan 2014

Dealers today scrambled to submit bids for the Dutch government’s third and final sale of $2.1 billion in ING’s remaining private-label residential mortgage-backed securities portfolio, but they may be met with more investor hesitancy than the previous sale when they turn around to sell the bonds, according to market participants.

Dealers today scrambled to submit bids for the Dutch government’s third and final sale of $2.1 billion in ING’s remaining private-label residential mortgage-backed securities portfolio, but they may be met with more investor hesitancy than the previous sale when they turn around to sell the bonds, according to ...

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