U.S. Covered Bond Issuers Should Focus On European Investors: WaMu

U.S. issuers looking to place covered bond deals need to pay attention to what European investors want, said Mimi Mengis, senior v.p. and head of funding in Washington Mutual’s treasury division.

  • 23 Oct 2007

-- Leo Shvartsman

U.S. issuers looking to place covered bond deals need to pay attention to what European investors want, said Mimi Mengis, senior v.p. and head of funding in Washington Mutual’s treasury division. “The covered bond market is the European covered bond market,” said Mengis, adding that the ...

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