Storm 2020-I B.V.: 30 January 2020
The originator is Obvion, which was formerly known as ABP Hypotheken NV and is an established originator and servicer of Dutch residential mortgages. Since 2 April 2002 Obvion's shares are held by Rabobank (70.0%) and ABP (30.0%).
The portfolio mortgage loans (or in case of loans consisting of more than one loan part, the aggregate of such loan parts) are secured by a first-ranking or, as the case may be, a first and sequentially lower ranking mortgage right, evidenced by notarial mortgage deeds entered into by the seller and the borrowers and, to the extent it relates to the NHG mortgage loan parts only, have the benefit of an NHG Guarantee. The mortgage rights secure the relevant portfolio mortgage loan and are vested over property situated in the Netherlands. The portfolio mortgage loans and the mortgage rights securing the liabilities arising therefrom are governed by Dutch law.
At the cut-off date the portfolio consists of 5,294 mortgages (in 11,891 mortgage loan parts). The average loan balance (per borrower) is Eur206,007. Redemption type (by net outstandings) interest-only 49.35%, annuity 36.18%, bank savings 4.52%, others 9.95%. Interest rate type: fixed 97.72%, floating 2.28%. The weighted average CLTOMV is 71.98% and the weighted average CLTIFV is 72.72%. WA seasoning is 5.74 years. Regional distribution (by net outstandings): Noord-Brabant 21.06%, Noord-Holland 18.40%, Zuid-Holland 15.961% and Gelderland 11.49%.
STS: The securitisation is intended to qualify as an STS-securitisation within the meaning of Article 18 of the Securitisation Regulation.
EU Risk Retention undertaking: The seller has undertaken that, for as long as the notes are outstanding, it will at all times retain a material net economic interest of not less than 5% in the securitisation transaction described in the prospectus in accordance with Article 6 of the Securitisation Regulation. As at the Closing Date, such interest will be comprised of an interest in the first loss tranche, in this case the Class E Notes and, if necessary, other tranches or claims having the same or a more severe risk profile than those sold to investors.
US Risk Retention: The Seller intends to rely on an exemption provided for in Section 20 of the U.S. Risk Retention Rules regarding non-U.S. transactions that meet certain requirements.
Volcker Rule: The Issuer is structured so as not to constitute a "covered fund" for purposes of the regulations adopted to implement Section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Compare/contrast: Storm 2019-I, Delft 2020 BV