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Nationwide expands Sonia switch moves to soft bullets

Posted on 18 October 2019


Nationwide Building Society opened a new front on the Libor to Sonia transition on Wednesday with the announcement of the first consent solicitation targeting a coupon switch on the soft bullet extension period of a fixed rate benchmark, a £750m 5.625% January 2026 issue from 2011...

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