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  • Asian loan hopes crushed as Q3 proves a dud

    “Things can only get better.” That was something of a catchphrase for Asian loans bankers in the first half, when they reflected on a big drop in volumes. But even that mild optimism was misplaced — in the third quarter, things only got worse.

    • 30 Sep 2012
  • Paragon inks three year warehouse facility

    Paragon Group has secured a £200m three year mortgage warehouse from Lloyds to fund loan originations by its buy-to-let mortgage business, in a sign of growing confidence in the sector.

    • 27 Sep 2012
  • European CMBS back in play after Florentia first

    The European CMBS market received a welcome shot of adrenaline this week when Deutsche Bank priced Florentia, only the third European CMBS to surface since the crisis began in 2008, the first in euros and the first to be backed by second-tier quality commercial real estate, writes Bill Thornhill.

    • 27 Sep 2012
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    • 27 Sep 2012
  • VCL 16 leaves scope for post-deal performance

    Volkswagen Financial Services has priced the tightest European auto ABS since the crisis, after leads fixed the spread for the senior tranche at 27bp over one month Euribor.

    • 13 Sep 2012
  • Carrefour consumer ABS capitalises on tighter spreads

    Leads have priced Carrefour Banque’s consumer-backed ABS at the tight end of guidance after investors placed €1bn of orders for the Copernic 2012-1 deal.

    • 13 Sep 2012
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    • 13 Sep 2012
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    • 06 Sep 2012
  • Post-crisis tights ahoy as VW plans VCL 16

    Volkswagen is on course to print its tightest securitisation since the onset of the financial crisis, as it begins roadshowing VCL 16 on September 10.

    • 06 Sep 2012