Asset-Backed Finance & Securitization

Asset-Backed Finance & Securitization

Wells Fargo’s Asset-Backed Finance (“ABF”) group provides direct structured lending in addition to the underwriting and distribution of asset-backed securities for clients who access the bond markets through securitizations. ABF provides services in a broad range of asset classes, including asset-backed securitization and lending, corporate debt finance, and mortgage finance and RMBS securitization.

Why choose asset-backed financing from Wells Fargo?

Our dedicated teams work with domestic and international clients and Wells Fargo partners to offer a complete package of asset-backed services:

  • Structuring
  • Securitization
  • Underwriting

Asset-backed finance asset classes

Asset-backed securitization and lending

Provides warehouse and term financing in both securitization and corporate form to banks, captives, independent finance, and leasing companies.

  • Auto loans and leases
  • Credit card receivables
  • Aircraft
  • Installment receivables
  • Student loans
  • Container
  • Equipment loan and leases
  • Whole business
  • Rail
  • Timeshare
  • Shipping

Corporate debt finance

Provides structured finance and securitization solutions to companies and investors that own, originate, or invest in corporate loans.

  • Middle market leveraged loans
  • Broadly syndicated leveraged loans
  • Small business loans
  • CLO deal execution

Mortgage finance

Provides capital markets solutions and financing in the form of warehouse and term financing to companies and investors that own, originate, or invest in residential real estate, loans, or securities.

  • Non-agency RMBS bonds
  • Non-agency whole loans (Non-performing/Re-performing)
  • Servicing advances
  • Single family rental
  • Warehouse financing (agency, non-agency jumbo, short-term/single family investor loans)
  • International

Experience and client-focused

We provide asset-backed financing to a broad range of companies, including:

  • Independent and captive auto finance companies
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Corporations
  • Credit card issuers
  • Insurance companies
  • Mortgage originators and servicers
  • Real estate investment trusts (REITs) and real estate opportunity funds
  • Specialty finance companies