Bank of England, EIB transcend volatility with faultless dollar issues
Lead managers need strong nerves in a market where swaps and Treasuries are experiencing the worst volatility in recent history, but those appointed to bring the two standout triple-A dollar transactions this week had no qualms.
The strength of demand for top quality assets assured bankers that both the Bank of England and European Investment Banks deals could be successfully executed."Bank of England is one of the very few names one could contemplate bringing into a market like this,"
said Richard Gustard, executive director
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