ABN Amro pulls in $4bn orders for dollar tier two
ABN Amro attracted a healthy book for a large $1.5bn tier two trade on Monday, as the FIG market filled up in both dollars and euros after a busy week of potential risks.
Dutch bank ABN Amro found more than $4bn of demand in the Reg S market on Monday, as it looked to beef up its tier two capital for the first time since last January.
Bankers remarked on the deal’s 11 year non-call six structure, as it is
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