Luminor eyes 2019 pan-Baltic covered in funding shift
Posted on 20 September 2018
Luminor Bank aims to issue pan-Baltic covered bonds as early as next year, subject to the completion of a legal framework, its head of treasury told The CBR, as it moves away from parent funding amid a new structure and the sale of a majority stake to a Blackstone-led consortium...
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