Structured investments

National Australia Bank's structured credit and equity teams provide clients with a broad range of tailored solutions, including structuring, arranging, advisory, underwriting and distribution.

Structured credit

Vanilla and structured credit  

  • Leading provider for Australian credit products
  • Active trading in corporate and sovereign credits, using credit default swaps (CDS), indices and cash products in investment grade and sub-investment grade sectors
  • Provide cross border relative value trading
  • Provides broad range of tailored structured credit solutions – baskets, single names, FTD structures

Debt and equity hybrids  

  • Involved with hybrid securities since 1999 with dealings across 25 primary offerings either Lead Manager, Issuer, Co-Manager or Participating Broker
  • Strong distribution capabilities encompassing institutional, middle market and retail investors
  • Offers both primary and secondary trading (listed and unlisted)

Asset backed securities 

  • Offers origination and secondary trading of residential mortgage backed securities, commercial mortgage backed securities, and asset backed securities
Structured equity

Real estate  

  • Equity arranging and structuring (listed and unlisted REIT’s) for wholesale and retail investors
  • M&A Advisory
  • Placement Agent – fund raising for 3rd party funds
  • Underwriting and co-investment capabilities


  • Equity arranging and structuring
  • Placement Agent - to compliment Project Finance debt capabilities

 Private equity

  • Placement Agent – fund raising for 3rd party funds
  • Principal positions and co-investment capabilities

 Hedge funds and other managed funds

  • Placement Agent – fund raising for 3rd party funds

 Equity linked notes

  • Investor driven: seeing renewed interest in single-name exposure

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Latest research

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  • 21 Nov, 2016Currency Research

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  • 18 Nov, 2016BNZ Markets Today

    Most currencies have traded fairly contained ranges over the past 24-hours, thou...

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