Dutch Bank Launches Swap-Linked Structured Notes

Dutch bank Van Lanschot has sold structured notes linked to eight-year constant-maturity swap rates in euros in five offerings since November.

  • 11 Jan 2013

Dutch bank Van Lanschot has sold structured notes linked to eight-year constant-maturity swap rates in euros in five offerings since November. It is believed to be the first such notes referencing euro swaps since at least 1999, when Bloomberg began keeping records of the activity.

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