BOC lands tight pricing for dollar, euro triple-trancher

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By Addison Gong
10 Jan 2020

Bank of China kicked off the year’s supply from Asian lenders by raising close to $2.5bn from three senior bonds in dollars and euros.

BOC’s Hong Kong branch was the issuer of the $1.6bn dollar tranches. BOC, Crédit Agricole and JP Morgan were the global co-ordinators, alongside bookrunners and lead managers ABC International, Bank of Communications, China Everbright Bank Hong Kong branch, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, MUFG and Scotiabank.

The $1bn ...

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