Non-conforming Bluestep sets out stall in SEK1.7bn debut
Posted on 23 April 2020
Bluestep Bank sold its first covered bond on Monday, a SEK1.7bn three year floating rate note priced some 50bp above the Swedish benchmark covered bond curve to reflect the novelty of its offering. Its head of treasury told The CBR it is pleased to have taken its first step in establishing its name...
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