EuroWeek View: The mysterious case of the missing dollar premium

The dollar premium has disappeared from the EMEA loan market. But don't be fooled into thinking this is just because banks have seen their dollar funding costs fall. It's as much to do with the fact that they are willing to take the hit and commit to loss-leading deals for the right clients.

  • 06 Nov 2012
Loans bankers like nothing better than the chance to get a little creative, and last year saw the perfect opportunity for a rash of innovative features and structures to hit the market. As the cost of their own dollar funding soared, especially at French banks, lenders looked for ...

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