Aussie Bank Deposits Dip Following Securitization

AMP Bank, the Australian lender, say deposits declined by A$28 million ($35.65 million) in the first quarter, but its A$1 billion ($895 million) securitization in January mean it is less reliant on the deposit to fund its loan book.

  • 06 May 2010
AMP Bank, the Australian lender, say deposits declined by A$28 million ($35.65 million) in the first quarter, but its A$1 billion ($895 million) securitization in January mean it is less reliant on the deposit to fund its loan book. The bank, which has made a A$13 billion ($11.63 ...

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