Government plans sale of last student debts

April 16, 1999

The government has launched the third and, for the moment, last sale of student debt to the private sector. It follows the sale of Pounds 1 billion worth of debt each to securitisation vehicles set up by Greenwich NatWest and the Nationwide Building Society and Deutsche Bank. The government will subsidise the sale to increase cashflows received by the private sector. The sale will mean nearly all student debt from the original "mortgage-style" loan scheme will be in private hands.

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