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Sunday, 18 November 2018

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  • Australia raises bank capital ratios

    People & Markets | 21 July 2017

    Australia’s big four banks breathed sighs of relief last week after the latest review of capital requirements dampened fears of a shortfall in their common equity ratios.

  • CBA uncovers 30-year sweet spot

    Bonds | 07 July 2017

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Aa3/AA–/AA–) looks certain to encourage copycat ultra-long issuance from other Australian banks, after breaking new ground with last Thursday’s hugely popular 30-year US dollar bond issue.

  • Aussie banks fight back against levies

    People & Markets | 07 July 2017

    Australia’s highly profitable lenders are fighting back against proposed bank levies aimed at shoring up government finances.

  • CBA uncovers 30-year sweet spot

    Ticker | 07 July 2017

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Aa3/AA–/AA–) looks certain to encourage copycat ultra-long issuance from other Australian banks, after breaking new ground with a hugely popular 30-year US dollar bond.

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    CBA taps new 30-year sweet spot

    Ticker | 07 July 2017

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Aa3/AA–/AA–) broke new ground with Thursday’s innovative and hugely popular 144A/Reg S 30-year trade that looks certain to encourage copycat ultra-long issuance from other Australian banks and offshore lenders.

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    AOFM sells A$800m 2019 tender to single buyer

    Ticker | 05 July 2017

    The Australian Office of Financial Management raised eyebrows this morning when it allocated today’s entire A$800m (US$608m) tender of 3.25% April 21 2029 ACGBs to a single investor at a yield of 2.72%. 

  • BoQ delivers covered debut

    Bonds | 30 June 2017

    Bank of Queensland paid a hefty premium over its larger peers on its long-awaited euro covered bond debut last Thursday, becoming the first non-European issuer to launch a benchmark using the conditional pass-through structure.

  • Eclipx drives rare Kiwi ABS

    Structured Finance | 30 June 2017

    Eclipx Group, a diversified Antipodean financial services company, made a smooth entrance into New Zealand’s sparsely populated securitisation market with last Thursday’s upsized and tightly priced NZ$224.4m (US$164m) auto loan trade through FP Ignition Series 2017-B Trust.

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    Moody's warns on Aussie housing

    Top News | 23 June 2017

    Fears of an impending Australian housing crash resurfaced last week after Moody’s downgraded the country’s Big Four lenders, though the market response was notably muted.

  • The Westpac bank building is pictured in central Sydney

    No downgrade pushback seen for Westpac US$1.5bn five-year

    Ticker | 22 June 2017

    Westpac (Aa3/AA–/AA–) raised US$1.5bn from a dual-tranche five-year SEC-registered bond offering on Wednesday, with a syndication manager reporting no investor pushback whatsoever as a result Moody’s downgrade on Monday.