CIBC returns to US dollars with 5s after two years away
Posted on 20 July 2017
CIBC is taking orders for a five year US dollar covered bond, its first benchmark covered bond in the currency for more than two years and the first from any issuer in almost three months. The deal is set to be priced later today, with the leads having set IPTs of the low 50s over mid-swaps...
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