Love affair with Aussie RMBS

The outlook for Australian residential mortgage-backed securitisation remains bullish, despite a dip in volumes in 2005 and concerns over a slowing housing market. Alice Hales reports


The Australian residential mortgage-backed securitisation (RMBS) market has been a big hit in the past decade - a win-win situation for investors getting exposure to a consistently high-performing asset class, with the resulting high demand benefiting issuers through tight pricing.

"Australian RMBS has been an amazing success story," says Vera Chaplin, director of Standard & Poor's Australia structured finance team. "The transactions are well structured and the performance of the underlying

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