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Czech covered gaining importance, says Moody’s, but regs ‘unsettle’

Posted on 24 February 2017


Covered bonds are becoming an increasingly important funding option for mid-sized Czech banks, according to Moody’s, as favourable currency swaps provide access to attractive funding levels and allow them to compete with their larger peers, which have a firm hold on the depositor market...

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