ING-DiBa green debut sets Pfandbrief high at tight level
Posted on 30 September 2021
ING-DiBa sold the biggest green Pfandbrief yet today, a â‚¬1.25bn seven year with the financing of energy efficient buildings as the use-of-proceeds, and also achieved pricing flat to fair value and the tightest spread on a euro benchmark since April...
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