There was greater variety to last week's pipeline additions, with significantly fewer ABS added. There were four ABS, three RMBS, seven CMBS and four CLOs/CDOs added to the list.
US$650.5m Globaldrive Auto Receivables 2017-A, Scandinavian Consumer Loans VI, Silver Arrow UK 2017-1 and CNY5.9bn Silver Arrow China 2017-2 accounted for the ABS. The RMBS were US$366.6m Mill City Mortgage Loan Trust 2017-3, Shellpoint Co-Originator Trust 2017-2 and Together Asset Backed Securitisation 1.
The CMBS were: US$1.1bn 280 Park Avenue 2017-280P; US$1.2bn BANK 2017-BNK7; US$9165m COMM 2017-COR2; US$858.9m CSAIL 2017-CX9; Citigroup Commercial Mortgage Trust 2017-P8; US$1.4bn FREMF Series 2017-K727; and GS Mortgage Securities Corporation Trust 2017-375H.
The CLOs consisted of Neuberger Berman CLO XV, US$652m PFP 2017-4 and US$501.58m RR 2. There was also a single CDO in the shape of US$431m RIN CDO.
There were 14 ABS prints, as well as a couple of RMBS and a pair of CLOs.
The ABS were: US$206m Consumer Loan Underlying Bond Credit Trust 2017-P1; US$1.4bn DB Master Finance Series 2017-1; US$550m Exeter Automobile Receivables Trust 2017-3; US$750m Fifth Third Auto Trust 2017-1; US$1.35bn Ford Credit Auto Owner Trust 2017-REV2; US$450m Hertz Vehicle Financing II Series 2017-1; US$350m Hertz Vehicle Financing II Series 2017-2; £590m-equivalent Motor 2017-1; US$419.3m OSCAR US 2017-2; US$905m Santander Drive Auto Receivables Trust 2017-3; US$275m-equivalent Shinhan Card 2017-3; US$500m SoFi Consumer Loan Program 2017-5; US$457m USAA Auto Owner Trust 2017-1; and US$325m Vistana 2017-1.
A$414.5m La Trobe Financial Capital Markets Trust 2017-2 and A$1.5bn SMHL Securitisation Fund 2017-1 were the two RMBS. The CLOs were US$1.3bn CBAM CLO Management 2017-3 and US$564m ZAIS CLO 2017-2.
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