Investors put in €1.5bn orders for HSBC’s preferred senior

By David Freitas
10 May 2019

HSBC reopened the financial institutions bond market on Friday with the sale of a senior preferred note that pulled in demand of €1.5bn two hours after the trade started.

HSBC had been monitoring the bond market all week for the chance to sell a five year senior preferred note. There has been no FIG bond supply in euros since Banco de Sabadell's €1bn five year offering on April 30. 

It went out with initial price thoughts ...

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