CMA reports Barclays was the lead.
The NCUA plans to conduct 8-10 resecuritizations totaling $35 billion, but all of the other deals will be backed by residential MBS. The first such offering, a $3.9 billion issue, priced Oct. 18.
After this week's offering, the agency still has about $560 million of CMBS from other failed credit unions. A spokesman said the NCUA doesn't plan to resecuritize them. While the agency didn't specify an exit strategy, it will presumably sell the remaining paper in the secondary market.
The CMBS resecuritization (NCUA Guaranteed Notes Trust, 2010-C1) is backed by bonds from the investment portfolios of Western Corporate Federal Credit Union and U.S. Central Corporate Federal Credit Union, which were seized last year.