- Sovereign raises €1bn in seven-year paper priced with a 2.25% coupon.
- Orderbook reaches €3.2bn.
- Barclays, Credit Agricole, Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan run the deal.
- Issuance succeeds despite continuing problems in banking sector, as NLB and NKBM fail European stress tests.
Turkish bank attracts US$3.8bn orderbook for 5-5-year paper.
UAE financial freezone could issue first dollar sukuk after meeting investors.
Banker returns to firm to head up trade within global transaction services.
Russian financial services group creates new CEO role for international operations.
They’re hard work, non-stop and crucial to a deal’s success. Bankers and borrowers discuss how to get investor presentations right. Tim Burke reports.
Polish insurance group PZU’s debut eurobond marked the cheapest borrowing ever from a Central & Eastern European company. Przemysław Dąbrowski, its CFO, talks to Tim Burke.
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