Essenhyp brings Eu1bn non-jumbo, Hypo RE restructures

  • 12 Aug 2005

Jumbo Pfandbrief investors could have been forgiven for thinking they had departed for their summer holidays too early when Hypothekenbank in Essen launched its Eu1bn five year public sector Pfandbrief on Tuesday.

Further disruption to the August torpor came from SEB AG, which received the ...

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