Latin Ticket ABS Deals Take Flight

Hahn, Tamar
August 1999
Private Placement Letter;08/02/99, Vol. 17 Issue 31, p6
Reports on the plan of Merrill Lynch to launch securitizations for AeroMexico and Mexicana. Information on the deal of AeroMexico in 1994; Only debt that was unimpaired by AeroMexico's debt restructuring; Maturity of the deal for AeroMexico and Mexicana.


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