The Korean Asset Management Corp., the country's bad debt agency, last week issued its first international securitization and one of non-Japan Asia's first cross border securitizations of non-performing loans.

The $367 million deal, which was joint lead managed by UBS Warburg and Deutsche Bank, seems to have been a runaway success, with all the paper sold prior to the official launch.

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