Banks embrace smaller deal sizes in September window

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By Tyler Davies
08 Sep 2020

Financial institutions debt capital markets officials expect lots of small bond issues rather than a big mass of supply this September, as banks fine-tune their capital structures and bring forward next year’s funding plans.

Treasury teams want to avoid accessing the market after the US presidential election on November 3. 

The vote is seen as a clear risk to issuance conditions, which have been sublime in recent weeks. 

Bankers are therefore expecting issuers to try and make the most of ...

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