WestLB, CIF gather Asian support to ride out tricky market

  • 15 Jun 2007

WestLB overcame the volatile market and rising yields to sell a Eu1bn 10 year public sector Pfandbrief this week, with much of its success due to strong Asian demand.

Barclays Capital, Morgan Stanley, UBS and WestLB opened the books for the transaction on Monday morning with price guidance of ...

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