Abbey, Nordea, Rabo score hits as HBOS preps retail deal

  • 15 Apr 2005
Financial institution borrowers this week proved that demand is still strong for bank capital deals, despite recent volatility in the credit markets. Abbey National, Nordea Bank and Rabobank Nederland all found success with primary issues, while HBOS looks set to open the market to UK retail ...

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