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Amber in 18m portfolio sale

Amber Homeloans has announced the sale of a further 18m portfolio of sub-prime mortgage assets to GMAC-RFC.
This is the fourth whole loan transaction completed this year involving the two organisations.

Mark Smitheringale, associate director of asset trading at Amber, says: “This transaction represents the second portfolio sale to GMAC-RFC during 2005.”

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