S&P Report: January 2017 U.S. Structured Finance Issuance over $22 Billion

According to a recent S&P report, January 2017 U.S. structured finance issuance totaled $22 billion, up from $17 billion in January 2016.

As S&P states, "ABS continues to be active, leading month-to-date volume, with a total of $16 billion, including $8 billion in auto-related transactions. Credit card issuance also started the year strong, with over $5 billion in issuance during the month."

In terms of RMBS, S&P indicated that "RMBS-related issuance totaled $3 billion, backed by a variety of collateral, including prime, nonperforming loans, reperforming loans, and the first two credit risk transfer deals of the year."

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