Securitisation Award Nominees

About the Securitisation Award 2016

The Securitisation Award recognises outstanding achievement or a transaction, initiative or organisation that had a significant positive contribution to or impact on the (Dutch) securitisation market in 2015/2016.

Three initiatives have been nominated by an independent advisory board.


As the largest European  issuer, Santander is active in many asset classes and jurisdictions. Santander has made a significant contribution to developing and maintaining a strong European securitisation market. For the last several years in Europe, Santander has achieved…further reading

Hypenn by NN Bank
In only two years NN Bank has built a reputable name in the securitisation market with four Hypenn transactions. NN Bank has contributed to the consistent development of a market for the new issuer…further reading

Within Europe, PGGM plays a unique part in stimulating and participating in synthetic securitsation transactions. Thanks to the commitment of PGGM’s client PFZW they have been able to build valuable partnerships with banks to share in the credit risks they originate and carry on their balance sheet, and as a result…further reading

At the Securitisation Event 2016, 21 and 22 april in Amsterdam, participants will determine this year’s winner by popular vote. Nominees will each get the chance to pitch their motivation why they should win the prestigious Securitisation Award 2016.

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