Green ‘massively’ helps BPCE to ‘more normalised’ pricing
Posted on 22 May 2020
Interest in the energy transition purpose of a debut green covered bond helped BPCE achieve the biggest book on a euro benchmark since 2013 on Tuesday, according to an official at the issuer, allowing it to price the €1.25bn 10 year reopener at a “more normalised” pricing level...
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