Calyon and GS launch new structures


Calyon and Goldman Sachs launched two new types of structured credit products in February. Calyon’s $350m equivalent cashflow CDO-squared for Spanish savings bank Caja San Fernando is “most likely” the first such transaction arranged for balance sheet purposes, the French bank says.

It is also the first such CDO governed by Spanish law, having been registered by Spanish regulator Comision Nacional del Marcado de Valores.

The pool has more than 100 different CDO tranches and has a diverse pool of

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