First Taiwanese auto loan ABS launched at $118m

Davies, Rob
September 2004
Asset Securitization Report;9/20/2004, Vol. 4 Issue 36, p22
Reports on the launch of auto loans transaction by Jih Sun International Bank in Taiwan. Delay in the approval of the loan by the Financial Supervisory Commission; Projected average interest rate on the loans; Employment of a structure involving an onshore trust.


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