Gazprombank draws crowd for upper tier two

17 Oct 2012

Strong demand from private bank and real money buyers had boosted books on Gazprombank’s latest subordinated note to $10bn by late Thursday morning, prompting leads to revise guidance and take the deal subject on the last day of the roadshow.

Initial levels for the perpetual non-call 5.5 year upper tier two deal had been released on Wednesday afternoon at mid to high 8% area.

By early Thursday morning, as books built to more than $7bn, the four leads — Credit Suisse, Gazprombank, Goldman Sachs and HSBC — ...

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