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FdTA RMBS Green Prado 11: 02 April 2023

Another securitisation of prime Spanish residential mortgage loans, albeit on this occasion with a “Green” label, where the fund will pool in its assets the credit rights derived from the mortgage loans granted by UCI to individuals resident in Spain in order to finance transactions involving the acquisition of finished houses in Spain or the subrogation of individuals to the financing provided to developers for the construction of houses in Spain for sale. None of the mortgage loans have been granted to real estate developers or to finance renovation of houses. All mortgage loans are secured with finished houses.

For further information in regards to the Green Financing Framework, please see the relevant sections in the prospectus (available via

On the cut-off date the portfolio consisted of 3,786 owner-occupied mortgage loans. All loans are current, with no arrears. The average current loan balance is Eur132,447 and the largest loan is for Eur735,776. Residence type: first residence 100.00%. Interest rate type (by current balances): variable - 64.79%, mixed rate – 35.21%. The WA current LTV is 61.81% (original LTV was 73.14%) and the WA seasoning is 5.2 years. Regional concentration: Cataluña - 27.67%, Madrid - 22.06% and Andalucia - 21.37%.

EU Risk Retention: The Originator will retain, on an on-going basis, a material net economic interest of not less than 5% of the securitised exposures in the securitisation in accordance with option (d) of Article 6(3) of the EU Securitisation Regulation.

US Risk Retention: The transaction will not involve the retention by a securitiser of at least 5% of the credit risk of the issuer for purposes of the US Risk Retention rules, but rather reliance will be made upon a safe harbour provided for in Rule 20 of the US Risk retention rules regarding non-US transactions.

STS: The securitisation transaction is intended to qualify as a simple, transparent and standardised securitisation (STS securitisation) within the meaning of Article 18 of the EU Securitisation Regulation.

Compare/contrast: FdTA RMBS Prado 10