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Monday, 10 February 2020

Latitude launches personal loans ABS deal

On 19 February, Latitude Financial Services (Latitude) launched its personal loans asset-backed securities (ABS) deal, Latitude Australia Personal Loans Series 2020-1 Trust. Indicative total volume for the deal, which is expected to price on 14 February, is A$500 million (US$335.1 million). Westpac Institutional Bank is arranger and joint lead manager alongside Commonwealth Bank of Australia and National Australia Bank.

Wednesday, 05 February 2020

Latitude taking indications of interest for personal loans ABS deal

On 6 February, Latitude Financial Services (Latitude) began taking indications of interest for its personal loans asset-backed securities (ABS) deal, Latitude Australia Personal Loans Series 2020-1 Trust. Indicative total volume for the deal, which is expected to launch in the week beginning 10 February, is A$500 million (US$337.3 million). Westpac Institutional Bank is arranger and joint lead manager alongside Commonwealth Bank of Australia and National Australia Bank.

Friday, 31 January 2020

Latitude exploring personal loans ABS deal

On 31 January, Latitude Financial Services (Latitude) mandated Commonwealth Bank of Australia, National Australia Bank and Westpac Institutional Bank to engage investors regarding an Australian dollar denominated asset-backed securities (ABS) deal from its personal loans programme.

Wednesday, 25 September 2019
Oct/Nov 2019 Nonbank Supplement

Nonbank issuer profiles and perspectives 2019

Key data and information on 13 nonbank lenders active in Australia and New Zealand, including programme information, funding strategy, debt data and issuer insights. 

Thursday, 26 September 2019
Oct/Nov 2019 Nonbank Supplement

Australian market hopeful on broader collateral

Issuance in the Australian securitisation market has historically been dominated by residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) – a trend which shows little sign of changing. At the same time, though, there appears to be growing supply of, and demand for, a wider range of securitisation collateral.

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