Wednesday, 25 September 2019
Oct/Nov 2019 Nonbank Supplement

Australian nonbank trajectory still pointing up

In September 2019, KangaNews convened its annual roundtable discussion between the heads of funding at Australia’s most prominent nonbank lenders – cohosted, for the first time, by Natixis. The fundamental story continues to be one of asset growth and therefore a need to keep building access to global funding options.

Tuesday, 13 October 2020
Oct/Nov 2020 Nonbank supplement

Australian nonbanks' song remains the same

Every year, KangaNews hosts Australia’s leading nonbank lenders at a sector roundtable discussion – supported since 2019 by Natixis. In keeping with the unique circumstances of 2020, this year’s roundtable was conducted via videoconference. While market conditions have changed dramatically in the past 12 months, the sector is able to tell the same story of solid funding foundations and sound credit quality.

Tuesday, 06 October 2020

Columbus Capital launches Vermilion 2020-1 nonresident RMBS deal

On 6 October, Columbus Capital launched its nonresident residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) deal, Vermilion 2020-1. Total indicative volume for the transaction is A$418.9 million (US$300.9 million) and is expected to price on the day after launch. Credit Suisse, Natixis and Standard Chartered are leading.

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Columbus Capital preparing nonresident RMBS transaction

On 23 September, Columbus Capital mandated Credit Suisse, Natixis and Standard Chartered to engage investors regarding a potential Australian dollar denominated nonresident residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) deal from its Vermilion programme.

Thursday, 16 July 2020
Jun/Jul 2020

From the ashes

COVID-19 has spurred record volume of social-bond issuance and some sustainable-finance experts believe the crisis will be the catalyst for much more widespread adoption of the instrument. Despite the best efforts of advocates, however, the hurdles to habitual use of social bonds, especially in the private sector, remain high.

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