Aegon and BPM test euro market resilence after busy week

By David Freitas
14 Jun 2019

Aegon Bank and Banco BPM each hit the euro market on Friday and launched €500m of debt in senior formats, following a week of prosperous conditions and successful deals.

Aegon Bank launched a €500m benchmark senior non-preferred bond with a five year maturity following a roadshow from June 11.

It chose Crédit Agricole, Rabobank, Société Générale and UniCredit to run the deal, which began with price thoughts of 115bp-120bp area over mid swaps.


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