BlueStep Eyes RMBS Rebuild Following Comeback Print

BlueStep Finans, the Swedish non-conforming mortgage lender, hopes the pricing of its first residential mortgage-backed securities deal since the financial crisis last week will kickstart its securitization strategy going forward, according to David Torpey, managing director at BlueStep.

  • 15 Oct 2013

BlueStep Finans, the Swedish non-conforming mortgage lender, hopes the pricing of its first residential mortgage-backed securities deal since the financial crisis last week will kickstart its securitization strategy going forward, according to David Torpey, managing director at BlueStep.

The transaction, known as BlueStep 2, ...

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