Westpac $2bn fives open dollars, focus on senior saving
Posted on 9 January 2019
Westpac opened the US dollar covered bond market for 2019 with a $2bn five year benchmark on Monday, happy to raise a large amount at an attractive level versus senior unsecured, even if the funding cost was a little higher than in euros, according to a lead syndicate banker. ..
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