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Silk Road Silk Road Finance RMBS

Silk Road Programme

The Silk Road Finance RMBS Programme (The Silk Road Programme) has issued mortgage backed debt securities collateralised by UK originated prime mortgage assets since 2010. There have been four Silk Road transactions to date with the AAA bond issuance of £5.2 bn (sterling equivalent). At present one issuance is outstanding, Silk Road Finance Number Four which has an issuance value of £1.3bn

Features of the Silk Road programme include:-

  • Standalone, static, pass-through structure.
  • Collateralised by a pool of UK first lien, owner occupied, residential prime mortgage loans originated by the former Britannia Building Society or by the Co-operative Bank PLC under the “Britannia” or “Platform” brand name, or by Platform Funding Limited.
  • The conservative credit structure, strong underlying prime collateral quality, and extensive cash management experience are strong features of the transactions issued.

Contact us

If you have any questions regarding Silk Road Finance Programmes, please contact us on +44(0)161 201 7809 or email us.