RMBS

  • Sterling RMBS blowout as non-UK investors return to market

    Sterling RMBS blowout as non-UK investors return to market

    Issuers priced two sterling residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) deals this week, with Precise Mortgage Funding 2020–1B showing an unprecedented five times coverage on senior notes and up to 12 times on the mezzanine tranches, as overseas investors return to the sterling market.

  • FHFA appoints new chair of common securitization platform

    FHFA appoints new chair of common securitization platform

    The Federal Housing Finance Agency on Wednesday announced the appointment of J. Christopher Giancarlo as chairman of Common Securitization Solutions, which runs the technology behind the agency’s Uniform Mortgage Backed Security (UMBS) program.

  • Sinagpore’s ARA strikes deal to boost Venn Partners’ firepower

    Sinagpore’s ARA strikes deal to boost Venn Partners’ firepower

    ARA Asset Management, a Singapore-based asset manager focused on Reits, has bought a majority stake in Venn Partners, a secured asset specialist investing in UK and Netherlands assets, in a deal which will boost the firm’s firepower in the mortgage and CRE debt markets.

  • Mortgage fintech LendInvest names new CEO

    Mortgage fintech LendInvest names new CEO

    Online mortgage lender LendInvest has announced that co-founder and CEO Christian Faes is handing over management of the company to Rod Lockhart, who has been named as the new chief executive.

  • Non-QM originator adds senior VP

    Non-QM originator adds senior VP

    Non-qualified mortgage lender Sprout Mortgage has hired a senior vice president of correspondent lending in its Southern California office.

  • Rabo and JPM bring first STS securitization of 2020

    Rabo and JPM bring first STS securitization of 2020

    Obvion has mandated JP Morgan and Rabobank for a Dutch prime RMBS from its Storm programme, the first securitization of the year to receive the ‘simple, transparent and standardised’ (STS) designation.

  • Redwood to open 2020 RMBS pipeline

    Redwood to open 2020 RMBS pipeline

    Redwood announced on Thursday that it is prepping the first RMBS transaction of the new year, a $459.3m deal backed by highly seasoned loans from its Sequoia shelf.

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