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  • Issuers turn to sustainable covereds amid uncertainty

    Issuers turn to sustainable covereds amid uncertainty

    Syndicate bankers are scrambling to make sense of the covered bond market, where sentiment has been changeable in recent weeks. Amid volatility and small issuance windows, sustainable bonds have proven a safe strategy to ensure successful deals.

  • No NIP for Sparebanken Vest on green debut in covereds

    No NIP for Sparebanken Vest on green debut in covereds

    Sparebanken Vest Boligkreditt did not need to offer any premium to investors to complete its debut sale of green covered bonds on Wednesday. The deal adds to a recent flurry of socially responsible investments, which are offering financial issuers very competitive terms.

  • Berlin Hyp generates green momentum in covereds

    Berlin Hyp generates green momentum in covereds

    Berlin Hyp left ‘a little bit on the table’ with its new green covered bond on Tuesday. The trade was followed by deal announcements from Kookmin Bank and Sparebank Vest Boligkreditt, both looking to issue in sustainable format.

  • NN Bank builds strong demand behind soft bullet debut

    NN Bank builds strong demand behind soft bullet debut

    NN Bank used a quiet market this week to launch the first deal from its new soft bullet covered bond programme. The inaugural deal carried an ‘attractive’ spread and was more than three times subscribed at final terms.

  • KHFC offers spread with social covered bond

    KHFC offers spread with social covered bond

    Korean Housing Finance Corporation (KHFC) has launched its second social covered bond of the year in euros, setting the spread for its deal in the middle of its guidance range.

  • Pipeline fills up in covereds

    Pipeline fills up in covereds

    NN Bank unveiled plans on Monday to issue its first covered bond from its newly published soft-bullet programme. At the same time, Berlin Hyp has mandated lead managers for the sale of a new green covered bond.

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