Macquarie has been a leading participant in secured funding markets since 1993. Securitisation is used to diversify the Group’s sources of funding, most notably through the PUMA residential mortgage-backed program, the SMART asset backed program and the MBL covered bond programme.
Macquarie Debt Markets is also a leading arranger and lead manager of Australian mortgage and asset backed securities for its third party clients.
The PUMA Program is an umbrella term for a number of separate trust funds that Macquarie uses to securitise Australian residential housing loans. There are two classes of trust funds which may be created under the PUMA Trust Deed – warehouse funds and sub-funds.
A warehouse fund may be used to originate housing loans in preparation for the securitisation of those housing loans in the future. Sub-funds are used to issue debt instruments in the form of RMBS and to use the proceeds to acquire housing loans.
Each warehouse fund and sub-fund is a separate and independent trust within the PUMA Program. Each fund’s assets and liabilities are segregated from the assets and liabilities of other PUMA warehouse funds and sub-funds. Each sub-fund may issue multiple classes of notes with different characteristics, such as currency of denomination and payment, priority of repayment and credit risk.
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In 2002, Macquarie Leasing established a securitisation program (the SMART Program) to enable the Trustee to issue debt instruments and apply the proceeds to invest in Macquarie Group assets. Macquarie uses the SMART program for the securitisation of motor vehicle and equipment leases.
The SMART Master Trust Deed provides for the creation of an unlimited number of series trusts. Each series trust is a separate and distinct trust fund. Each trust is created pursuant to the Master Trust Deed, a trust creation deed and a series supplement establishing specific provisions of the relevant series trust and the instruments to be issued by that series trust.
Multiple classes of notes may be issued by each series trust that differ amongst themselves as to, among other things, currency of denomination and payment, priority of repayment and credit risk.
Macquarie Bank Limited has established a $A10 billion covered bond programme.
Covered Bond Prospectus dated 10 June 2022
View our MBL Covered Bond Introduction
Constitution of Macquarie Bank Limited
Covered Bond Trust Financial Statements
Macquarie Securitisation Limited is Trust Manager across SMART and PUMA securitisation programs within Macquarie Group’s Banking and Financial Services Division (BFS). Macquarie Leasing Pty Ltd is the Seller, Servicer and Custodian under BFS’ auto finance securitisation program, SMART. Other than Macquarie Bank Limited, any Macquarie Group entity noted in this document is not an authorised deposit-taking institution for the purposes of the Banking Act 1959 (Commonwealth of Australia). That entity's obligations do not represent deposits or other liabilities of Macquarie Bank Limited. Any investments are subject to investment risk including possible delays in repayment and loss of income and principal invested. Macquarie Bank Limited does not guarantee or otherwise provide assurance in respect of the obligations of that entity, unless noted otherwise.