DZ, NN, Virgin profit from renewed, post-ECB demand
Posted on 17 September 2019
Renewed demand for covered bonds post-ECB allowed DZ Hyp, NN Bank and, belatedly, Virgin Money to successfully execute euro benchmarks today, with Skipton Building Society and others set to follow, while SR-Boligkreditt will next week roadshow an inaugural green covered bond...
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