A struggling South Korean company, Ssangyong Cement, recently became the first non-investment grade Korean issuer of asset backed securities, with a W100 billion ($89 million) deal backed by cement factories and other real estate.

The transaction is also thought to be the first time that any of Korea's chaebols had issued a securitization, ABS experts said.

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