ABN comes in for second helping in subordinated market

  • 24 Feb 2006
ABN Amro was putting the final touches to its self-led euro perpetual non-call 10 tier one transaction yesterday (Thursday) evening. Books closed at 3pm and pricing is due to be set this morning (Friday). Orders were said to total nearly Eu3bn and market participants anticipate that a Eu2bn ...

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