Aussie quartet sell A$4bn in a week as prices firm up

By Tom Porter
12 Mar 2015

The return of two of the Australian major banks to securitization this week helped put over A$4bn equivalent of new RMBS and auto ABS bonds on the market.

A slight softening in the market early this year, which has seen a number of issuers price deals 10bp-15bp back of their previous efforts in the second half of 2014, has clearly not deterred others from stepping into the primary market.

RMBS transactions from National Australia Bank and ...

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