BFCM prints ‘largest ever Samurai’ on yen visit

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By Frank Jackman
03 Oct 2019

Banque Fédérative du Crédit Mutuel returned for its annual visit to the yen market this week to sell its largest ever Samurai.

BFCM sold the ¥130bn ($1.21bn) Samurai across three tranches: a five, seven and 10 year.

The note was priced using a combination of the issuer’s euro and dollar curves due to the lack of liquidity in the yen market, as well as where local Japanese issuers are printing, ...

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