International Financing Review: Container ABS Volumes Grow as Investors Bet on Calmer Waters

Caroline Chen, Senior Vice President, spoke with International Finance Review
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Original article by Richard Leong


Caroline Chen, Senior Vice President, spoke with International Finance Review about how and why many investors are piling into bonds backed by container leases. Container ABS are performing better than other transportation sectors, Caroline explained, as these deals offer higher yields than are available from auto and credit card ABS issues. But the U.S. and China trade war does present risk in this corner of the market in the long term, Caroline points out.


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