Luminor cheered by international confidence in Baltic landmark
Posted on 6 March 2020
Luminor launched the first Baltic covered bond amid volatile conditions on Wednesday, but was able to open the Estonian market with a thrice-subscribed â‚¬500m deal at the lowest yield achieved by a Baltic non-government issuer, and head of treasury and ALM Olof Sundblad said the issuer was delighted with the landmark trade...
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