Erste follows through with long-delayed plans for AT1

French demand outweighed interest from UK accounts in an additional tier one deal for the first time this week when Erste Bank sold a €500m bond that it had first planned nearly a year ago.

  • By Tyler Davies
  • 05 Mar 2019

Barclays, Bank of America, Erste Bank, Goldman Sachs and UBS ran the books on the perpetual instrument, which the issuer will be able to call for the first time in October 2025.

These were the same lead managers that Erste Bank had drawn on ...

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4 Barclays 257.43 1085 5.89%
5 HSBC 214.63 1184 4.91%

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5 UniCredit 26.55 144 4.56%

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3 Goldman Sachs 10.04 53 8.36%
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