Big book for Westpac $1.75bn US dollar reopener
Posted on 13 January 2020
Westpac opened the US dollar covered bond market on Thursday, with a $1.75bn 144A/Reg S five year transaction that attracted peak orders above $3bn and was part of a $4bn four-tranche senior and covered bond transaction...
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