Greece eyes more structures after opening with CMS Tarn

  • 17 Jun 2005

BNP Paribas, EFG Eurobank and National Bank of Greece yesterday (Thursday) kicked-off the marketing of the Hellenic Republic's 20 year CMS switchable target redemption note (Tarn).

The lead managers are aiming to build the book to benchmark size, with launch expected next week.

The ...

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