Marketing of new securitisations continued to gain momentum last week, following the Independence Day holiday. A broad mix of asset classes remained in the pipeline on Friday.
Auto ABS accounted for the majority of newly-announced deals, including: US$1.2bn CarMax Auto Owner Trust 2018-3, US$1.01bn Drive Auto Receivables Trust 2018-3, US$493m Exeter Automobile Receivables Trust 2018-3, US$811.81m Ford Credit Auto Owner Trust 2018-REV2, US$1.01bn Mercedes-Benz Auto Receivables Trust 2018-1, US$1bn Nissan Auto Receivables 2018-B, US$535.69m OneMain Direct Auto Receivables Trust 2018-1, US$451.8m Oscar US 2018-2, CNY3.83bn VINZ 2018-2 and US$522.9m Wheels SPV 2 Series 2018-1. The other ABS currently being marketed include: US$109.33m CLEAN 2018-1, Eagle Credit Card Trust Series 2018-1, US$861m John Deere Owner Trust 2018-B, US$201.07m Marlin Receivables 2018-1, US$631.9m Navient Private Educational Refi Loan Trust 2018-C, US$1bn Nelnet Student Loan Trust 2018-3, US$1.23bn Planet Fitness Master Issuer Series 2018-1 and US$450m Thunderbolt II Aircraft Lease.
Meanwhile, the US$217.3m BBCMS 2018-CBM, US$1.2bn BHMS 2018-ATLS, US$270m GPT 2018-GPP, US$810.71m GSMS 2018-GS10, C$351.79m REAL-T 2018-1 and US$330m WFCM 2018-AUS deals account for the CMBS remaining in the pipeline. The RMBS are £214.9m Gemgarto 2018-1, US$416.96m Sequoia Mortgage Trust 2018-CH3 and US$489.57m Verus Securitization Trust 2018-2.
US$460m BlueMountain CLO 2018-1, €350m BNPP AM Euro CLO 2018 and US$458.88m Romark CLO-II are among the CLOs in the pipeline, with the US$329.74m M360 2018-CRE1 CRE CLO also marketing.
It was a quieter week for new issuance, however. A mix of ABS, CLOs and RMBS priced.
Last week’s auto ABS prints consisted of US$230mn CPS 2018-C, US$1.23bn GMCAR 2018-3 and €808m Silver Arrow Compartment 9, while US$650m Gracechurch Card Programme Funding Series 2018-1, US$500mn SRFC 2018-2 and €1.21bn Sunrise SPV 40 (re-offer) made up the consumer ABS prints. The US$523.25m-equivalent Triton Trust No. 8 Series 2018-1 and £307m Twin Bridges 2018-1 accounted for the RMBS pricings.
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