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  • BIL makes Scandie debut as MTN desks chase unusual deals

    BIL makes Scandie debut as MTN desks chase unusual deals

    Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL) ventured into the Swedish and Norwegian markets for the first time this week. With many of Europe's big banks absent from the MTN market this year, dealers are instead chasing more unusual deals from rarer names.

  • Commission calls for input into Banking Union review

    Commission calls for input into Banking Union review

    The European Commission has this week invited stakeholders to contribute to a review of the EU’s crisis management framework. It is hoping to be able to fix a number of issues relating to the Banking Union, with a particular focus on reaching agreement on a common system of deposit insurance (EDIS).

  • Citic Bank gets $550m from bond return

    Citic Bank gets $550m from bond return

    China Citic Bank Corp has raised $550m from its return to the public dollar debt market after a break of more than three years. The bank priced inside fair value estimates, leading to a large drop in the final order book.

  • Global banks lead dollar funding blitz

    Global banks lead dollar funding blitz

    Four US global banking titans roared out of earnings blackout to raise more than $20bn of debt this week, issuing deals either side of president Joe Biden’s inauguration.

  • Swissie investors target quality not quantity

    Swissie investors target quality not quantity

    Swiss franc bond investors are pursuing high quality issues, with Münchener Hypothekenbank harnessing this demand to price a tap of its green preferred senior bond 12bp through fair value this week.

  • Austrians keep quiet euro market ticking

    Austrians keep quiet euro market ticking

    A pair of Austrian banks kept a quiet senior euro market ticking over earlier this week. Erste targeted price over size with a new senior deal, while Oberbank attracted a granular orderbook on its first visit to the non-preferred market.

  • CICC pulls in $1.5bn from bonds

    CICC pulls in $1.5bn from bonds

    China International Capital Corp (CICC) raised a larger-than-planned $1.5bn from the bond market on Tuesday in a deal driven by Asian accounts.

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