Dutch direct auction attracts investors but execution poor

26 Jun 2003

The Dutch State Treasury achieved its main aim of attracting end investors into its primary bond issuance through its new "Dutch direct auction" (DDA) process when it allocated 85% of a new Eu5bn five year Dutch State Loan (DSL) to end investors.

However, the deal's execution came under fire after price guidance was ...

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