Dollar Denominated Covered Bond Issues Have Banks Scrambling For Coverage

27 Sep 2010

Foreign issuers marketing new dollar denominated covered bonds are causing U.S. banks to scramble to locate secondary trading for the asset class within their existing desks.

--Amelia Granger

Foreign issuers marketing new dollar denominated covered bonds are causing U.S. banks to scramble to locate secondary trading for the asset class within their existing desks.

Barclays Capital, Deutsche Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are all trading the Yankee covered bonds off their agency desks. ...

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