Obvion announced plans to issue a €744.7 million ($969.10 million) Dutch RMBS, Storm 2013-II— its 2nd transaction of 2013.
The deal is backed by performing loans secured by first-ranking, mortgages in the Netherlands. Rabobank International is lead underwriter on the deal, according to a Standard & Poor’s presale report on the transaction.
The capital structure will include two tranches of S&P rated, ‘AAA’ floating-rate notes; one tranche of ‘A+’ floating-rate notes; one tranche of ‘AA’ floating-rate notes and one tranche of ‘A-’ floating-rate notes. The expecting closing date for the deal is April 26, 2013.
At closing, STORM 2013-II will also issue €7.5 million of unrated notes.
S&P said that STORM 2013-II is Obvion 24th securitization of Dutch mortgage loans in the STORM series. The transaction is structured with a combination of subordination, excess spread, a liquidity account, and a reserve fund to cover credit losses and income shortfalls.
Of the pool, 29.97% benefits from the National Hypotheek Garantie or NHG guarantee. This guarantee covers certain losses realized after the foreclosure of a property, including the outstanding principal amount owed to the lender, unpaid accrued interest, repossession costs, and other miscellaneous costs.