CEE supply ramps up as two sovereigns and a Polish corporate line up euro trades

By Virginia Furness
23 Feb 2017

Three Central and Eastern European (CEE) issuers are lining up trades, as supply from the region begins to ramp up. Slovenia, the Slovak Republic and Polish corporate Energa SA all plan to bring euros in the near future.

The Slovak Republic has mandated Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Société Générale and Tatra banka to arrange a European roadshow from February 27 to March 1. The issuer was last seen in the market in January 2016 with ...

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