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Preliminary Ratings Assigned In Banca Unipol's Fourth Italian RMBS Transaction May 06 Product Image

Preliminary Ratings Assigned In Banca Unipol's Fourth Italian RMBS Transaction May 06

  • ID: 1721115
  • May 2006
  • Region: Italy
  • Standard & Poors

Abstract
MILAN (Standard & Poor's) May 5, 2006Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that it assigned its preliminary credit ratings to the €1.52 billion asset-backed floating-rate notes to be issued by Atlante Finance S.r.l., an SPE (see list below). This transaction is the "term out" phase of a warehouse program set up in December 2004. During the warehouse phase, Grecale ABS S.r.l. bought five portfolios from the originator and issued unrated notes. At closing, Atlante will buy the unrated notes issued by Grecale ABS and will issue rated notes to finance the purchase. The collateral for the rated notes issued by Atlante will be the unrated asset-backed notes (€1.358 billion senior notes and €158.150 million junior notes) issued by Grecale...

Companies mentioned in this report are:
- Atlante Finance S.r.l.

Action: Preliminary Rating

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