Santander’s German auto ABS shrugs off Cyprus worries

Leads opened books for Santander Consumer Bank Germany’s latest auto loan ABS offering against a difficult market backdrop on Monday morning, but the market chaos resulting from Cyprus’s decision to impose a levy on bank deposits did not stop accounts from firming up indications of interest made at the end of last week.

  • 18 Mar 2013

Joint lead managers Credit Agricole, JP Morgan and Santander GBM went out with guidance of one month Euribor plus 38bp-40bp for the €549m class ‘A’ tranche of SCGA 2013-1.

This level was set on the back of a strong show of interest at the end of last week, ...

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