Winmall reopens Singapore CMBS with S$520m issue

Singaporean property company Jurong Point Realty securitised a portfolio of commercial mortgages on Wednesday, reopening Singapore’s CMBS market after two years of silence.

  • 22 Apr 2009
OCBC managed the S$520m ($345m) issue, called Winmall. It was split between AAA fixed and floating rate tranches paying 4.24% and 200bp over Singapore’s swap offer rate (SOR); a AA tranche paying a fixed 4.69%; and a pair of A rated tranches, paying 290bp over SOR and 5.14%. ...

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