Sub-sovereigns

  • EIB and NIB fly in euros but Joint Laender struggles

    EIB and NIB fly in euros but Joint Laender struggles

    The European Investment Bank and Nordic Investment Bank kept the strong momentum going in the SSA euro bond market on Wednesday, capitalising on the European Central Bank’s announcement of fresh stimulus last week and a lack of issuance over the summer.

  • EAA and NRW.Bank win S&P bump

    EAA and NRW.Bank win S&P bump

    Erste Abwicklungsanstalt and NRW.Bank both had a boost on Monday after S&P upgraded their credit ratings a notch, following an upgrade to the State of North Rhine-Westphalia.

  • Finland prints 'richest syndication of all time'

    Finland prints 'richest syndication of all time'

    Demand for the Republic of Finland’s latest bond was high on Wednesday as it printed through the ECB deposit rate to sell “the most expensive syndication of all time”, according to a banker on the deal.

  • UK plans syndicated tap of 2054 Gilt

    UK plans syndicated tap of 2054 Gilt

    The UK Debt Management Office has announced that it is planning to reopen its 2054 Gilt through syndication in the week beginning September 9.

  • Auckland issuer packs bag for European tour

    Auckland issuer packs bag for European tour

    Auckland Council appointed banks on Monday to arrange a roadshow for a euro benchmark with an intermediate to long maturity, in what will be its first bond in the currency since 2017

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