ANZ targets ¥200bn after Westpac blazes Samurai trail
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group is on track to raise as much as ¥200bn ($2.18bn) in the Samurai bond market next week as it looks to follow its local rival Westpac Banking Corp with a government guaranteed benchmark, bankers said yesterday.
Lead managers Daiwa Securities SMBC, Nikko Citi and Nomura Securities are expected to price a ¥150bn five year fixed rate and ¥50bn five year floater at 68bp over yen Libor, after setting price guidance of 68bp-73bp on Wednesday.
The first indications of the scale of the deal come
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