Structured MTN issuance falls

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Low market volatility, a fall in Formosa issuance and the introduction of alternative risk free rates have all led to a sharp decline in structured, callable and floating rate MTN issuance, said MTN bankers.

By Frank Jackman
17 Apr 2019

According to Dealogic, the volume of structured MTNs traded year to date has fallen from $9.98bn at this point in 2018 to $4.74bn. The number of trades has dropped by 105, to 108.

“As the volatility in the markets is extremely low, the premium you can generate off ...

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