Structured Bonds

  • Gas wins concessions, but EIB makes big step away from fossil fuels

    Gas wins concessions, but EIB makes big step away from fossil fuels

    In a marathon board meeting that lasted into the evening on Thursday, EU member states have approved a new Energy Lending Policy for the European Investment Bank, ending a dispute over how fast it can cut out fossil fuel financing. Those arguing for gas still to receive financing won substantial concessions, compared with the EIB's first draft of the policy.

  • Agricole’s Gay raises d’Intignano, Lamarque and Sodhi in reshuffle

    Agricole’s Gay raises d’Intignano, Lamarque and Sodhi in reshuffle

    Crédit Agricole announced on Thursday a reorganisation of its global markets financing and funding solutions (FFS) division, which includes several senior job changes, including the promotions of Atul Sodhi and Jean-Luc Lamarque, reported by GlobalCapital on Wednesday.

  • Mediobanca plots advisory, mid-cap push

    Mediobanca plots advisory, mid-cap push

    Mediobanca’s plan for the next four years involves boosting advisory origination and using capital more efficiently in its corporate and investment bank (CIB). It is also committed to issuing a sustainability themed bond.

  • Fly-by bond for Heathrow holding company

    Fly-by bond for Heathrow holding company

    Heathrow Finance, the holding company for Europe’s largest airport, brought a £250m 10 year bond to market on Tuesday, with global co-ordinators Barclays, BNP Paribas and ING, announcing the bullet maturity deal with no roadshow or marketing effort. The deal was priced through talk and increased to £300m.

  • Lewellen lays out new top brass for Deutsche’s EMEA DCM biz

    Lewellen lays out new top brass for Deutsche’s EMEA DCM biz

    Newly appointed EMEA investment grade DCM head Mark Lewellen has outlined the management team for Deutsche Bank’s bond operations in the region, creating a new role running real estate origination, giving Achim Linsenmaier responsibility for the public sector business, and giving Federica Calvetti environmental, social and governance responsibilities.

  • SG, Mariner bring new impact securitization structure

    SG, Mariner bring new impact securitization structure

    Société Générale has engaged in a $3.4bn synthetic securitization and pledged to reinvest some of the freed-up capital to increase its ‘positive impact finance’ lending. The investor, New York hedge fund Mariner Investment Group, has given it a financial incentive to go even further.

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