GMAC creates bullet auto ABS

  • 27 Aug 1999
General Motors Acceptance Corp introduced a new structure to the US asset backed market this week with a $2.125bn securitisation of retail auto loans that offers soft bullet maturities for the first time. Credit card backed securities have long enjoyed an unchallenged position as the benchmark ABS class ...

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