ANZ takes out EUR1.25bn with defensive covered fours
Posted on 23 November 2018
Australiaâ€™s ANZ took a defensive option when approaching the market yesterday, opting for a covered bond after having also considered senior unsecured issuance, and choosing a four year maturity, with an attractive level generating sufficient demand for it to raise EUR1.25bn...
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