High grade sets up storming start for Swiss francs

Brandenburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rabo and ZKB helped the Swiss franc market hit nearly Sfr1bn before London had even come back to work. The storming pace continued on Tuesday, with another Sfr670m in the market. But while top-rated names have started strong, syndicate bankers in the market agree that 2011 should be the year for EM issuers to come into their own. So when will we see a shift down the credit spectrum? Read EuroWeek on Friday to find out.

  • 05 Jan 2011

Owen Sanderson +44 20 7779 7324

Stefania Palma +44 20 7779 7375
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