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Hogan Lovells advises on €420  million securitisation

26 Oct 2022 / business Print

Hogan Lovells advises on €420 million securitisation

Hogan Lovells has represented a number of international banks on Finance Ireland's fifth residential mortgage-backed securitisation (RMBS) in the past four years, valued at €420 million.
It advised Bank of America  as arranger, joint lead manager, and swap counterparty for the deal, as well asCiti, BNP Paribas, and Standard Chartered as joint lead managers.

Non-bank lender

Finance Ireland is Ireland’s largest non-bank lender, with businesses across residential mortgages, motor finance, asset finance and leasing, commercial mortgages, and agricultural finance.
The Hogan Lovells team was led by structured-finance and securitisation partner Julian Craughan, senior associate George Kiladze, and trainee solicitor Aun Hussain, with support from structured-products and derivatives partner Jennifer O'Connell and senior associate Nicholas Watmough.

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