KfW slots back into zloty issuance

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By Frank Jackman
14 Nov 2019

KfW returned to Polish zloty issuance last Friday after a 13 year absence from the market, as it looks to tap new sources of capital.

Issuing a zloty note after such a long hiatus further diversifies KfW's investor base through expanding its “reach to international investors,” said Alexander Liebethal, head of new issues at the organisation.

On November 8, the agency sold a Z30m ($7.7m) 1.25% November 2021 note. JP Morgan priced ...

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