Dapo EUR500m 7s expected with pick-up vs peers
Posted on 5 February 2018
Deutsche Apotheker- und Ã„rztebank (Dapo, or apoBank) is set to launch at EUR500m seven year Pfandbrief tomorrow, and is expected to offer an attractive pick-up versus recent intermediate issuance from its more established compatriots...
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