Belfius mandates as NBB grants first Belgian licences
Posted on 9 November 2012
Belfius Bank announced the mandate for its first covered bond this (Friday) morning, a deal that could be the first Belgian Pandbrieven and comes after the National Bank of Belgium granted it and KBC one of two licences they need, with the central bank having addressed this and other topics in circulars completing the countryâ€™s regulatory framework...
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