PKO Eu500m short six year expected tomorrow
Posted on 22 March 2017
PKO Bank Hipoteczny is set to sell its second euro benchmark covered bond tomorrow, having today mandated for a Eu500m short six year that has been awaited since the Polish issuer announced a roadshow earlier this month, despite a softer tone in the wider markets this morning...
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