BaFin eases Bausparkasse soft bullet ban, but restrictions remain
Posted on 25 February 2019
BaFin has eased a ban on German building societies buying soft bullet covered bonds, in a move that acknowledges the prevalence of the structure in todayâ€™s market, but has limited investments to criteria that NordLB analysts said could be hard to confirm until the EU Directive is completed...
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