The Schuldschein market, darling of European banks for the last few years, is likely to have a quieter year in 2018 — its first without breaking an issuance record for some time. But there is no need to worry: the product is strong and has much to offer.
You know a market's made it into mainstream consciousness when a leading rating agency starts writing research about it. Moody's published a downbeat piece on Schuldscheine on Tuesday, saying that, based on first quarter numbers, issuance this year was likely to fall from 2017's record €27bn, to around
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