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  • German multi-family provides hope for grim CMBS year ahead

    The German multi-family sector tops the list for potential CMBS candidates next year, market participants say. But Moody’s reckons that any deals will be exceptions amid a year of heavy expected losses.

    • 18 Dec 2012
  • EuroWeek Asia Awards: polls closing on Wednesday

    The polls for EuroWeek Asia’s 2012 awards will close at the end of Wednesday, so make sure you take the chance to help us decide the best banks and deals across the capital markets.

    • 18 Dec 2012
  • Fund managers drive Ally Financial fixed rate auto ABS demand

    Real money interest in Ally Financial’s fixed rate UK auto ABS, E-CARAT, this week outstripped demand from bank treasuries, which have been the backstop for recent floating rate deals.

    • 14 Dec 2012
  • Peel Ports takes WBS berth in £1.6bn deal

    If further proof were needed that the old days of companies being able to raise all their finance solely through bank loans are over, it was provided this week by Peel Ports, writes Joe McDevitt.

    • 14 Dec 2012
  • Notting Hill record coupon crowns HA year

    Notting Hill Housing Trust, one of the sterling bond market’s most favoured social housing issuers, successfully sold a £250m bond on Thursday, in what could end up being the last public investment grade corporate issue of the year in Europe’s main currencies.

    • 14 Dec 2012
  • SNCF to raise €952m in securitisation

    France’s national railway operator, SNCF, has raised €952m of funding through a securitisation of monthly subsidies from Paris’s public transport authority, Syndicat des transports d’Ile de France (STIF), that help SNCF with the upkeep and purchase of trains.

    • 14 Dec 2012
  • Aussie RMBS to start 2013 with bang after solid finish

    After a roaring end to the year, Australian RMBS bankers say they will start 2013 with a bang, regardless of how well the covered bond market performs in January.

    • 13 Dec 2012
  • FirstMac slashes pricing on RMBS return

    Australian securitisation bankers have ensured a strong end to the year, after generating more than enough demand for FirstMac to increase its latest residential mortgage-backed deal to A$440m.

    • 13 Dec 2012
  • Peel Ports uses secured bond, loan mix to raise £1.6bn

    Peel Ports has sold £325m equivalent of bonds backed by the assets and cash flows of its seven UK and Ireland ports. The refinancing package, which included a new syndicated loan, rolls over existing bank debt and provides £345m for a new deep-sea container project in Liverpool.

    • 13 Dec 2012
  • Fund managers propel Ally Financial’s fixed rate auto ABS

    Real money interest in Ally Financial’s fixed rate UK auto ABS, E-CARAT, has outstripped that of the bank treasuries which have been the backstop for recent floating rate deals.

    • 10 Dec 2012
  • Finland’s Tornator raises €250m through bonds backed by forests

    Finnish forest operator Tornator Group sold a €250m seven year bond secured by its 600,000 hectares of forest on Monday.

    • 10 Dec 2012
  • Natixis looks beyond conduit finance for factoring securitisation

    Natixis Factor’s FCT FAST deal has shown the way for banks to fund factoring invoices through term securitisations rather than just conduits. Investors are clearly prepared to buy it, but whether it inspires copycat securitisations is less certain, bankers said.

    • 07 Dec 2012
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    • 07 Dec 2012