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Thursday, 22 August 2019

Tom Revell' s stories

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  • Belfius logo

    Belfius tests senior preferred at near zero yields

    Ticker | 21 August 2019

    Belfius Bank showed that demand is still robust for senior paper even at ever lower yields, attracting over €2bn of orders for a €750m senior preferred.

  • HSBC

    HSBC Canada preps US dollar covered re-entry

    Ticker | 21 August 2019

    HSBC Bank Canada is preparing its second covered bond, teeing up a US dollar-denominated trade.

  • Danske Bank branch

    Danske takes another step on road to redemption

    Ticker | 20 August 2019

    Danske Bank brought its tightest and longest euro senior non-preferred benchmark since the bank was roiled by a money laundering scandal, a €1bn August 2025 note that attracted over €2.5bn of investor demand.

  • Market stares down barrel of negative bank senior debt sales

    Market stares down barrel of negative bank senior debt sales

    Ticker | 16 August 2019

    The prospect of the first senior bank deal to be sold with a negative yield has become inevitable, bankers believe, although demand should remain healthy given most buyers are focused on relative value.

  • Aegon

    Aegon bonds hit after capital fall

    Ticker | 15 August 2019

    The Restricted Tier 1 and Tier 2 bonds of Aegon have taken a hit after the Dutch insurer announced a fall in its Solvency 2 ratio, blaming market turbulence and falling rates.

  • Euro currency sign is seen in front of the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt

    Peripheral lenders play it cool on TLTRO III

    Ticker | 09 August 2019

    Peripheral banks are generally playing it cool on the ECB’s imminent third round of targeted longer-term refinancing operations, with better-positioned lenders foreseeing limited participation.

  • HSBC appoints Guangdong co-CEOs in Pearl River Delta push

    HSBC's 'discos' jump after volte-face

    Top News | 09 August 2019

    Prices on some of HSBC’s legacy Tier 2 bonds jumped last week after the bank said it would change the securities’ regulatory treatment, reversing a decision it had made just over a year ago.

  • Co-op feels the pinch from Tier 2 issue

    Bonds | 09 August 2019

    Co-operative Bank is feeling the pinch from an important but costly Tier 2 trade sold earlier this year as the UK lender contemplates further MREL-eligible issuance in the second half of 2019.

  • HSBC bank signage is pictured in Singapore.

    HSBC comfortable to issue AT1 despite share buyback

    Ticker | 09 August 2019

    HSBC has said a newly announced share buyback will not prevent it from selling Additional Tier 1 debt as it has in the past, with the UK issuer yet to get started on its 2019 issuance target.

  • Co-op bank

    Co-op feels the pinch from Tier 2 issue

    Ticker | 08 August 2019

    Co-operative Bank is feeling the pinch from an important but costly Tier 2 trade sold earlier this year as the UK lender contemplates further MREL-eligible issuance in the second half of 2019.

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