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ING in strong comeback with EUR1.75bn 10 year

Posted on 5 April 2018


ING printed the largest single-tranche covered bond since January today, a EUR1.75bn 10 year, upon a EUR2.35bn-plus book. Bankers said the deal, ING’s first benchmark since 2013, shows strong results are still possible despite a swing in power to investors. Nationwide sold a £1bn FRN...

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