There were considerably fewer ABS added to the pipeline last week as additions became more evenly distributed. There were six new ABS announced, as well as five RMBS, eight CMBS and seven CLOs.
The ABS were: CNY3.5bn Driver China Eight; €530m Ginkgo Compartment Sales Finance 2017-1 (re-offer); US$1bn Honda Automobile Receivables 2017-4 Owner Trust; CNY4bn Huitong 2017-1 Retail Auto Mortgage Loan Securitization Trust; CNY3bn Toyota Glory 2017 Phase II; and Volta V.
The RMBS were: US$210.16m Angel Oak Mortgage Trust I 2017-3; €1.458bn BBVA RMBS 18 FT; US$671.69m JPMMT 2017-5; Pepper Prime 2017; and US$271.09m Progress Residential 2017-SFR2.
The CMBS were: US$540m BBCMS 2017-GLKS; US$273.7m BX Trust 2017-CQHP; US$696.7m CCUBS 2017-C1; US$855.3m CSAIL 2017-CX10; US$427m MSC 2017-ASHF; US$700m MSCI Trust 2017-CLS; US$258.5m Velocity Commercial Capital 2017-2; and US$785.9m WFCM 2017-C41.
The CLOs were: US$440.7m BSPRT 2017-FL2; US$610.53m Golub Capital I Partners CLO 23(B)-R; €301.45m Halcyon Loan Advisors European Funding 2017-2; £4.3bn Nightingale Securities 2017-1; €418.7m Oak Hill European Credit VI; US$611.45m OCP CLO 2017-14; and US$259.8m RAIT 2017-FL8.
A long list of ABS deals departed the pipeline. As well as 16 ABS prints there were also seven RMBS, a CMBS and two CLOs.
The ABS were: US$221.2m Access Point Funding I 2017-A; US$500.3m Ally Auto Receivables Trust 2017-5; US$172.5m CIG Auto Receivables Trust 2017-1; US$755.5m CNH Equipment Trust 2017-C; A$329.3m Eclipx Turbo Series 2017-1; US$167.37m First Investors Auto Owner Trust 2017-3; Sfr300m First Swiss Mobility 2017-2; US$263m Flagship Credit Auto Trust 2017-4; US$1.846bn Ford Credit Auto Owner Trust 2017-C; US$612.24m MMAF Equipment Finance 2017-B; £310m Orbita Funding 2017-1; US$1.04bn Santander Retail Auto Lease Trust 2017-A; US$301.85m SCF Equipment Leasing 2017-2; US$175m Upstart Securitization Trust 2017-2; US$373.8m Volvo Financial Equipment Master Owner Trust Series 2017-A; and €248m Wizink Master Credit Cards 2017-03.
The RMBS were: US$1.2bn CAS 2017-C07; US$141m Ellington Financial Mortgage Trust 2017-1; A$1.2bn Liberty Series 2017-4 Trust; A$2.649bn Medallion Trust Series 2017-2; US$320.3m Sequoia Mortgage Trust 2017-CH2; US$1.83bn Towd Point Mortgage Trust 2017-6; and US$253m Verus 2017-SG1.
US$1.062bn CD 2017-CD6 was the CMBS. The CLOs were US$512.25m OHA Credit Partners XV and €351m St Paul's CLO VIII.
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