BPCE brings e-book first to Samurai market

Groupe BPCE has become the first European issuer to use an electronic order book in the Samurai market, making it easier for the bank to execute its deal while not putting off investors, according to those on the deal.

  • By Jasper Cox
  • 23 Jan 2018

The use of the electronic order book marked progress in the Samurai market, according to bankers on the deal.

BPCE issued ¥116.1bn ($1.04bn) of notes last week across six tranches in the senior preferred and non-preferred classes. Lead managers were Daiwa, Mitsubishi, MizuhoNatixis and Nomura.

The three ...

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