YBS offers confidence after Eu500m return overcomes Brexit concerns
Posted on 5 April 2017
Yorkshire Building Society returned to the euro market with a Eu500m six year issue on Monday to show its commitment to covered bonds, according to head of treasury Chris Parrish, and although a number of significant investors did not participate due to Brexit, he said the book can offer confidence to other UK names...
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