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  • CBA ends covered MTN absence

    CBA ends covered MTN absence

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has returned to the long end of the covered bond market sell its first private placements in the format since 2019.

  • Sofr first for FAB

    Sofr first for FAB

    First Abu Dhabi Bank has sold its inaugural bond linked to the secured overnight financing rate (Sofr), becoming the first borrower in the United Arab Emirates to do so.

  • Niche MTN names fill the void

    Niche MTN names fill the void

    Rare credits are stepping in to pick up the pre-summer slack, with unusual financial and corporate names returning to a market hungry for new supply.

  • Swedish Match lights up euros with rare strike

    Swedish Match lights up euros with rare strike

    Snus tobacco and match producer Swedish Match has made a rare stop in the euro bond market to issue its first offshore deal of the year. Elsewhere, QNB Finance and First Abu Dhabi visited a pair of niche currencies.

  • FAB sells green dim sum first

    FAB sells green dim sum first

    First Abu Dhabi Bank debuted its green bond programme in the dim sum market on Monday, selling the first labelled note in this format from a Middle Eastern borrower.

  • MunHyp harnesses green demand in Swissies

    MunHyp harnesses green demand in Swissies

    Muenchener Hypothekenbank (MunHyp) harnessed the growing demand for environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) paper in the Swiss market to land a tap 7bp through the bid side this week. Elsewhere, Toyota ended a 12 year absence from the Swiss franc market to sell the currency’s first automobile deal of the year.

  • Landshypotek prints covered trio

    Landshypotek prints covered trio

    Landshypotek Bank sold a trio of covered bonds in the MTN market this week, including its largest single tranche deal since April last year.

  • LBP drops into MTNs for tier two

    LBP drops into MTNs for tier two

    French borrower La Banque Postale (LBP) has visited the private placement market to raise tier two debt, which could go towards financing the call of its April 2026 line.

  • Post-results Scandie credit pipeline builds

    Post-results Scandie credit pipeline builds

    A handful of borrowers are circling the Nordic markets with an eye to printing after the end of first quarter results. But the looming blackouts have not deterred every type of credit from tapping the market as a range of corporate, covered bond and financial issuers placed paper this week.

  • Deutsche Telekom dials down under

    Deutsche Telekom dials down under

    Deutsche Telekom dialled in to the Aussie dollar market after an almost two year absence this week, extending its curve to 2041.

  • Lancashire Holdings taps sub deal via PP

    Lancashire Holdings taps sub deal via PP

    Lancashire Holdings returned to the market this week to privately tap its inaugural subordinated bond, following the launch of the deal earlier this month.

  • Scandie firms tap MTNs for regulatory debt

    Scandie firms tap MTNs for regulatory debt

    Danish firm Nykredit Realkredit tapped the MTN market for non-preferred paper this week ahead of a deadline for regulatory debt buffers next year. Elsewhere, Alandsbanken issued its first additional tier one (AT1) note.

  • European pair pays up with green debuts

    European pair pays up with green debuts

    Münchener Hypothekenbank (MunHyp) and the Bank of Ireland sold their first euro green bonds on Wednesday, offering up 2bp-3bp of new issue premium to do so.

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