SCI Start the Week - 3 September

Category: ABS CLOs CMBS

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A look at the major activity in structured finance over the past seven days

A small handful of deals remained in the pipeline ahead of the Labor Day holiday in the US. RMBS accounted for the majority of newly-announced securitisations last week.

The RMBS currently in the pipeline are €526.89m Dutch Property Finance 2018-1, US$476.06m Flagstar Mortgage Trust 2018-5 and €1.08bn Storm 2018-II. The other newly-announced deal last week was CNY3.92bn VINZ 2018-3, a Chinese auto ABS.

CLO issuance continued apace last week. An auto ABS, a student loan ABS, a CMBS and an RMBS made up the remaining pricings.

Last week’s CLO prints included: €411m Anchorage Capital Europe CLO 2, US$515.65m Buttermilk Park CLO, US$513m Atlas XII, US$510m Dryden 65 CLO, US$519m HPS Loan Management CLO 13-2018, US$509m Neuberger Berman CLO 29, US$462m Voya CLO 2013-3 (refinancing), US$508.6m Wellfleet CLO 2018-2 and US$458m WhiteHorse XII CLO. The ABS pricings were €743m Driver Fifteen and US$495.7m Nelnet Student Loan Trust 2018-4, while the £91m Elizabeth Finance 2018 CMBS and A$297.6m Sapphire XIX Series 2018-2 RMBS rounded out the issuance.

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