Shinhan Bank of South Korea managed tight pricing on its Basel III-compliant tier two deal on Monday. Investors overwhelmed the $400m transaction with orders that covered the book more than seven times at its peak, thanks in part to its rare 10 year tenor but also as a result of its status as Asia’s first dollar-denominated UN Sustainable Development Goals-linked bond. Morgan Davis reports.
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