Credit Suisse sells second ever Swisscard securitisation

Credit Suisse and Swisscard, the Swiss subsidiary of American Express, priced their second ever credit card securitisation on Wednesday afternoon, with many of last year’s first time buyers willing to participate again.

  • 10 Apr 2013
This year’s Swisscard deal, at Sfr200m ($214m), is smaller than last year’s debut offering of Sfr370m. The structure, however, is similar. The Sfr189.8m of fixed rate triple-A rated class ‘A’ notes have a first call date after three years, followed by another two years to legal final maturity ...

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