Borrowers drift back to private placements

  • 12 Oct 2007

A raft of borrowers sailed back into the private placement market this week for the first time since credit conditions worsened over the summer.

Bank Austria Creditanstalt, Bank of Ireland, Leaseplan, Irish Life & Permanent and Landsbanki were all among the financial sector borrowers returning this week as ...

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