This unsecured bond issued by SFIL with volume of EUR 1.5 billion and a 5 year maturity brings the number of public transactions carried out by the SFIL group since its creation to 51, for a total amount issued of 64.5 billion, including 14 billion for SFIL. Following the upgrade of SFIL’s rating by Moody’s to Aa2 and improvements to the “hair-cut” conditions for investors pledging their assets for refinancing to the European Central Bank, this transaction met record demand from investors with 115 orders, and an overall order book above EUR 5 billion.Read more
The quarterly report ”Local Government Debt Management” offers a picture of the structure and conditions of the total debt of the municipal sector in Sweden. This report has now been updated with new data for the fourth quarter 2022. The report is based on Kommuninvest’s lending and transactions registered by municipalities and regions, as well as their companies, in the debt management tool KI Finans. For the fourth quarter, the data set consists of 8 287 loans, certificates and bonds with a total value of SEK 611 billion as well as 1 589 derivatives linked to underlying loans totaling SEK 193 billion.Read more
The Bulgarian Development Bank has developed a new financial instrument to support groups and organizations of producers of agricultural products. Representatives of the sector stated their needs in October at a meeting with representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Innovation and Growth, the BDB and the bank's subsidiary, the National Guarantee Fund.Read more
NRW.BANK is one of the first German financial institutions to have issued a digital bearer bond under the Electronic Securities Act. This makes the bank one of the pioneers in the digitalisation of this still very analogue segment of the securities market.Read more
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