Westpac goes long with duo, BOQ CPT debut approaches
Posted on 11 May 2017
Westpac issued a Eu1.5bn dual tranche, seven and 15 year covered bond today that included its longest benchmark. Bank of Queensland has meanwhile established a new CPT programme and received an expected AAA rating for a Eu500m five year debut...
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