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Sunday, 24 June 2018

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  • novo banco espirito santo bes

    Novo Banco set for crucial market test

    Top News | 22 June 2018

    Novo Banco is hoping to sell a €400m Tier 2 bond in what would be the biggest capital markets test for the beleaguered Portuguese lender since a rescue package agreed in 2017.

  • Green gives issuers the edge in tough markets

    Bonds | 22 June 2018

    Inaugural Green bonds from Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg and KBC Group received a rip-roaring response from investors, helped by their green nature that proved to be an added selling point against a tougher market backdrop.

  • novo banco espirito santo bes

    Novo Banco set for crucial market test

    Ticker | 22 June 2018

    Novo Banco is hoping to sell a €400m Tier 2 bond in what would be the biggest capital markets test for the beleaguered Portuguese lender since a rescue package agreed in 2017.

  • Danske Bank branch

    Danske Bank breaks AT1 drought but investors call the shots

    Ticker | 20 June 2018

    Demand for the first Additional Tier 1 trade in over two months reached US$2bn on Wednesday, giving Danske Bank little pricing power as the market tries to find its feet after a savage sell-off in the asset class.

  • CNP Assurances office building

    CNP brings RT1 to the mainstream

    Ticker | 20 June 2018

    CNP Assurances lured over €1.5bn of demand for the first Restricted Tier 1 issue from a top-tier insurance company, paving the way for others to follow.

  • The logo of the Belgian banking and insurance group KBC is seen in Leuven

    Green gives issuers the edge in tough markets

    Ticker | 20 June 2018

    An inaugural Green bond for KBC Group received a rip-roaring response from investors, an outcome that was attributed to its green nature and contrasting with the less-than-enthusiastic appetite seen for other recent senior deals.

  • A customer walks into the Scotiabank in Halifax

    BNS joins sterling flurry as appetite begins to wane

    Ticker | 20 June 2018

    Bank of Nova Scotia has become the latest bank to sell short-end senior sterling paper, but demand appears to be on the wane as the supply starts to weigh.

  • Caffil logo

    Caffil to test long-end covered demand

    Ticker | 18 June 2018

    Caisse Francaise de Financement Local (Caffil) has mandated banks for a 20-year covered bond, in what will be the first test of investor appetite for longer dated covered paper since mid April.

  • MAR adds to aggro as mandates pile up

    MAR adds to aggro as mandates pile up

    Top News | 15 June 2018

    Nearly 70 potential bond deals across the world are stuck in limbo as volatile market conditions put off issuers from going ahead with offerings, even after undertaking extensive marketing with investors.

  • Vivat sets high mark for RT1 market

    Bonds | 15 June 2018

    Vivat found enough takers for a debut Restricted Tier 1 bond last week, though investors had the upper hand in dictating the terms under which they were willing to buy one of Europe’s trickier, and still evolving, financial credit stories.

  • VIVAT logo

    Vivat pays high price for RT1 debut

    Ticker | 13 June 2018

    Vivat had little option but to pay a high price and keep a lid on size for a debut Restricted Tier 1 bond on Thursday as investors set the terms to buy one of Europe’s trickier, and still evolving, financial credit stories.

  • Metro Bank branch

    Metro Bank looks for new fans in debt market

    Ticker | 13 June 2018

    Metro Bank has set its sights on a Tier 2 capital raise for its bond market debut as it looks to bolster its balance sheet and further grow its business.

  • A pick-up truck carrying tobacco bales

    MAR adds to deal aggro as mandates pile up

    Ticker | 12 June 2018

    Multiple deals stuck in limbo due to market volatility MAR regulation adding to woes

  • Svenska Handelsbanken sign

    Copycat Svenska plays it safe

    Ticker | 11 June 2018

    Svenska Handelsbanken played it safe with a short-dated sterling trade on Monday as the mood remained rather gloomy despite the improved market backdrop.

  • Febrile sector sends Italian bank bonds to new wides

    Bonds | 08 June 2018

    Italian bonds suffered renewed weakness last Friday, hitting new wides as pressure on the sovereign filtered through to lenders, leading to doubts about market access for its weaker banks.

  • Bondholders seek answers after HSBC's 'disco' curveball

    People & Markets | 08 June 2018

    An ad hoc group of bondholders who were wrong-footed by HSBC’s decision to change the regulatory treatment of some of its Tier 2 securities have asked the bank to provide them with an update and more transparency.

  • NatWest

    NatWest Markets finds tentative euro market for rebranded first

    Ticker | 07 June 2018

    A five-year senior for recently rebranded NatWest Markets came up against a still challenging backdrop in the euro market on Thursday, where investors are reluctant to chase every new deal.

  • JP Morgan

    MOVES-JP Morgan's Lewell returns to London for international syndicate job

    Ticker | 06 June 2018

    JP Morgan’s Marc Lewell is relocating to London after a three-year stint in Asia to run the US bank’s international syndicate business, according to an internal memo seen by IFR.

  • Protestors dance next to a disco ball as they parade through a street during May Day demonstrations

    Bondholders seek answers after HSBC's 'disco' curve ball

    Ticker | 05 June 2018

    An ad hoc group of bondholders who were wrongfooted by HSBC’s decision to change the regulatory treatment of some of its Tier 2 securities have asked the bank to provide them with an update and more transparency.

  • Japan Flag

    JICA to add another 10-year notch

    Ticker | 04 June 2018

    Japan International Cooperation Agency is restarting US dollar SSA issuance, looking to ape its US$500m 10-year trade from last year with a new SEC-registered Global.

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