B&B bondholders should stop bleating

Pity the poor subordinated-bond holders. Instead of being wiped out by the failure of Bradford & Bingley last year, their investments were saved by the UK government’s bail-out of the bank — but they’re still not happy, and are now calling the latest policy “inexcusable”.

  • 03 Mar 2009
In some respects the cries of pain from Bradford & Bingley’s subordinated-bond investors over their treatment by the UK government is understandable. The Treasury, by recently updating the Transfer Order that took the lender into public ownership in September, appeared to signal that the terms of existing liabilities ...

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Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
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5 Standard Chartered Bank 4,910.54 20 5.52%

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