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A new day for ABS at UBS Australia

Bill Measday joins UBS in Sydney to rebuild the bankÆs asset-backed securities business.
UBS has lured Bill Measday from JPMorgan as the Swiss firm announces plans to re-enter the asset-backed securities ABS business in Australia with a particular focus on residential mortgages.

Measday becomes executive director and head of ABS for Australia several years after the firm exited the asset-backed arena.

He will be charged with building a client base and finding opportunities to securitise mortgages but also other assets. The move is in line with the bankÆs global fixed income expansion strategy following the integration of the Paine Webber business in the US.

Measday has come from JPMorgan where he was head of structured finance. He has 15 years experience with asset-backed securities. Measday...
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