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  • GAC-Sofinco drives home tightly priced auto ABS

    GAC-Sofinco drives home tightly priced auto ABS

    GAC-Sofinco Auto Finance, a joint venture between Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance and Guangzhou Automobile Corp, wrapped up a Rmb6bn ($851m) four tranche internationally rated auto ABS deal on Thursday. The trade was priced tightly thanks to the issuer’s good relationship with banks.

  • GAC-Sofinco joins China auto ABS party

    GAC-Sofinco joins China auto ABS party

    GAC-Sofinco Auto Finance, a joint venture between Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance and Guangzhou Automobile Corp, will hit the Chinese auto ABS market with a Rmb6bn ($854m) four-tranche transaction next Thursday, marking its largest deal so far.

  • CCB’s latest RMBS welcomes record-high international bid

    CCB’s latest RMBS welcomes record-high international bid

    China Construction Bank, the largest originator of Chinese RMBS, wrapped up a Rmb11.52bn ($1.64bn) four tranche deal on Wednesday. It was just the latest of a regular series of mortgage-backed deals from the bank — but this time, it doubled-down on marketing to foreign investors.

  • CCB gets S&P on board for latest China RMBS offering

    CCB gets S&P on board for latest China RMBS offering

    China Construction Bank, the largest originator in the Chinese RMBS market, is planning to launch a Rmb11.52bn internationally rated four tranche deal next Wednesday. It will include ratings from S&P Global Ratings and, for the first time, its local subsidiary.

  • Volkswagen prices come-back deal tightly

    Volkswagen prices come-back deal tightly

    Volkswagen Finance (China) has returned to the Chinese auto loan ABS market after a two-year break. The company priced the senior tranche of its Rmb5.97bn ($851) deal at the lower end of guidance.

  • BMW finishes year strong with Rmb8bn dual-tranche ABS

    BMW finishes year strong with Rmb8bn dual-tranche ABS

    BMW Auto Finance (China) has wrapped up its last foray of the year into the Chinese auto loan ABS market with a tightly priced deal. A diverse group of investors took up the senior tranche of the Rmb8bn ($1.14bn) trade, said bankers.

  • Volkswagen returns to China auto ABS after long break

    Volkswagen returns to China auto ABS after long break

    Volkswagen Finance (China) will come back to the Chinese auto loan ABS market after a two-year break on November 13. The Beijing-based originator is offering a Rmb5.97bn ($851m) dual-tranche note equipped with two international ratings.

  • Dongfeng Nissan drives home the largest ABS to date

    Dongfeng Nissan drives home the largest ABS to date

    Dongfeng Nissan Auto Finance bagged Rmb6.5bn ($920m) from its third auto loan ABS trade of the year on Wednesday. Despite being the largest ABS trade the originator has done, the four tranche deal was well covered.

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