IFR-ABS-More than US$4bn in ABS marketed this week


by Charles Williams NEW YORK, Feb 17 (IFR) - As in years past, the post-ASF conference week continued to be one of the busiest of the year for the ABS market. The first deal out of the gate this week was the US$1.092bn 144a Mercedes-Benz Auto Lease Trust (MBALT) 2011-A. The transaction was upsized from US$750m and jointly led by JPMorgan and Bank of America. The notes are backed by a pool of closed-end vehicle leases, all of which are new vehicles manufactured by Mercedes-Benz, ...

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