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July 28, 2015 5:53 PM ET

Diversified Financial Services

Company Overview of U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services

Company Overview

U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services provides corporate trust services including covered bonds, equity linked bonds, escrow accounts, and private placements. The company is based in St. Paul, Minnesota. U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services operates as a subsidiary of U.S. Bancorp.

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U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services Key Developments

U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services Presents at The 1st Annual Investors' Conference on European CLOs and Leveraged Loans, Feb-25-2014 03:20 PM

U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services Presents at The 1st Annual Investors' Conference on European CLOs and Leveraged Loans, Feb-25-2014 03:20 PM. Venue: Clifford Chance LLP, 10 Upper Bank Street Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom. Speakers: Anatoly Sorin, Vice President.

Freddie Mac Appoints U.S. Bank as Global Agent on New Bond Note Offering

U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services will serve as global agent on Freddie Mac's landmark $500 million unsecured bond offering which closed on July 26. The new offering, known as Freddie Mac's STACR(SM) (Structured Agency Credit Risk) debt notes is unique in that it allows private investors to purchase securities that are linked to a $22.5 billion reference pool of residential mortgage loans purchased by Freddie Mac. STACR represents a significant milestone for the mortgage industry as it serves as the first step in the Federal Housing Finance Agency's (FHFA) strategic plan to create a vehicle for private investors to participate in the default risk of the loans held by Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSE's), like Freddie Mac. Given the structure and strategic importance of the transaction, U.S. Bank created customized investor and collateral reporting methods to meet both the specific needs of Freddie Mac as well as investors of the STACR debt notes. In addition to creating the reporting structure, in its role as global agent, U.S. Bank will serve as paying agent and calculating agent for Freddie Mac.

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