NBG scores 8.25% coupon after proving popular on T2 debut

By David Freitas
11 Jul 2019

National Bank of Greece showed market participants on Thursday that investors are still ravenous for higher beta products across peripheral Europe. Marketing a tier two bond, the bank attracted demand worth more than four times the final size of its €400m deal.

The Greek lender met with investors in London on Wednesday to discuss the sale of a 10 year non-call five tier two bond, after a series of calls Tuesday. 

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley were the global coordinators and bookrunners, and Bank of America, Credit ...

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