Sonia gets makeover as EBRD shifts new structure
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development this week became the first borrower to deviate from the standardised coupon calculation method for Sonia-linked floating rates. While investors backed the new structure, with the deal receiving a huge order book from a large number of accounts, there are some market participants who believe the disruption was unnecessary, writes Burhan Khadbai.
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