Volkswagen Hits The Road With Novel Auto Loan ABS

German car giant Volkswagen is on the road with its first auto loan asset-backed securities deal in Schuldscheine format, a type of promissory note traditionally used by large German companies and public sector entities.

  • 23 Nov 2007

—Hugh Leask

German car giant Volkswagen is on the road with its first auto loan asset-backed securities deal in Schuldscheine format, a type of promissory note traditionally used by large German companies and public sector entities. The deal is sized at €250 million ($370.1 million).

The transaction, known as Private ...

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