Achmea back in the swing with popular sevens

By Tom Porter
12 Nov 2013

Dutch insurer Achmea BV quickly gathered over €1.5bn in indications of interest on Tuesday morning before opening books on its seven year transaction, a maturity that FIG bankers see as the sweet spot for core European names in senior unsecured.

It is the first time the Dutch insurer has issued senior at the holding company level since a five year offering in June 2009, and the deal follows an extensive European roadshow last week to update investors on the credit.

Lead managers Barclays, Citi, HSBC, Rabobank and UniCredit ...

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