Article by: Kanga News. On 25 May, Columbus Capital (Columbus) mandated National Australia Bank, Natixis, Standard Chartered and Westpac Institutional Bank to engage investors regarding a potential deal from its Triton residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) deal.
Columbus Capital launches $400m SMSF mortgages deal Sarah Thompson, Anthony Macdonald and Tim Boyd Publication:The Street Talk article Date: 13 July 2020 Australian non-bank lender Columbus Capital has another unique securitisation deal in front of debt funds. Less than one year after it ran the first securitisation of Australian mortgages held by offshore buyers, it…Read more
Columbus lands A$600m prime RMBS John Weavers Publication:International Financing Review Date: 06 June 2020 The Australian RMBS market continues to function smoothly for non-bank lenders, with Columbus Capital becoming the fifth such issuer to execute a deal since the asset class reopened on March 27. Columbus sold a A$600m (US$414m) RMBS offering, Triton 2020-2, last…Read more
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5 June 2020 Columbus Capital is delighted to announce that it has upsized and priced its $600 million prime residential mortgage-backed security (“RMBS”) known as Triton 2020-2 today. The transaction will result in Columbus Capital having issued $1.6 billion in prime RMBS transactions to date during 2020.Read more
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 6 February 2020 Columbus Capital is delighted to have received FinanceAsia’s award last night for the Best Debt Finance Deal of 2019 in Australia and New Zealand. The award relates to Columbus Capital’s world first A$250 million all non-resident borrower residential mortgage backed security (“RMBS”) that was issued in August…Read more
Columbus unearths new market with $250m non-resident bond deal Article by: Sarah Thompson and Anthony Macdonald Publication:The Australian Financial Review Date: 01 September 2019 Non-bank lender Columbus Capital has broken new ground with a $250 million securitisation of mortgages issued solely to offshore buyers of Australian properties. Columbus Capital and its banker syndicate - arranged…Read more