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CIBC matches biggest foreign deal in Australian reopener

Posted on 25 July 2019


Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce priced the first Australian dollar covered bond since September 2018 today, a A$1bn three year floating rate note that attracted over A$1.4bn of demand and is the equal-largest outstanding non-domestic issue in the currency...

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