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Sub-benchmark pick-up cited as issuers top up niche needs

Posted on 18 August 2017


Sub-benchmark covered bonds can offer an interesting alternative for investors and a sensible option for issuers, according to bankers, with growth in the segment to over Eu30bn of outstandings spurred by factors including declining demand for private placements and LCR criteria...

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