DSB returns to Dutch market with Chapel consumer loans

  • 12 Dec 2003

DSB Bank this week offered investors rare exposure to Eu1bn of Dutch consumer loans, launching Chapel 2003-1 via lead manager Merrill Lynch.

DSB, part of the Dirk Scheringa Beheer Groep, a financial services company, brought its first standalone ABS in October, when it launched Monastery 2003-1, a Eu787m mortgage securitisation led by Morgan Stanley.

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