TSB set for strategic FRN debut in strong sterling market
Posted on 24 November 2017
TSB Bank could issue an inaugural sterling-denominated benchmark covered bond as soon as next Thursday, having today announced a roadshow ahead of a five year FRN that will target strong demand for intermediate maturities and is expected to be priced close to recent supply...
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