CBA goes for size in Medallion RMBS

Commonwealth Bank of Australia more than tripled the size of its latest Medallion RMBS to meet investor demand, raising A$2.51bn of funding through the securitization.

  • By Joseph McDevitt
  • 17 Feb 2014
The bank, which is one of Australia’s so called big four, had initially targeted a A$750m deal. Instead the A$400m ‘A1’ tranche was increased to A$1.4bn, the ‘A2’ tranche was increased from A$190m to A$610m and the fixed rate ‘A3’ tranche was increased from A$100m to A$300m. All ...

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