EFSF assembles PD group for syndicated debut

Contrary to reports published late last week, the European Financial Stability Facility has said it expects to use a syndicate of banks to print its first deal and not an auction. It is understood to be in the process of assembling a primary dealer group of banks now from which it will choose its lead managers.

  • 03 Dec 2010

The EFSF would not rule out auctioning bonds as a method of raising further capital through taps of existing deals once they were issued, however.

Candidates for the mandate will be drawn from a primary dealer group of banks that the EFSF intends to work closely with. The EFSF ...

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