BayernLB maturity strategy pays off, Hypo Noe 7s slower
Posted on 28 August 2018
A decision to target shorter maturities in the latter part of the year paid off for BayernLB today as its swift EUR500m six year Pfandbrief attracted over EUR1bn demand, while a EUR500m seven year for Hypo Noe was less convincing. Deka, RLB Vorarlberg and ASB are in the pipe...
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