- Friday, 31 October 2014 16:41
Australian bond activity ramped up during the last full week of October. Issuance of note included a A$1 billion (US$879.9 million) Kangaroo debut from Toronto Dominion Bank, a A$1 billion debut Basel III-compliant tier-two wholesale transaction for Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and a record-breaking, single-tranche, triple-B corporate deal for AGL Energy.Register to read more...
- Friday, 31 October 2014 17:06
Deal sources say domestic investors showed strong support for AGL Energy (AGL)’s inaugural senior-unsecured Australian dollar deal, allowing the borrower to price the largest-ever single-tranche triple-B corporate deal at tight pricing. Lead managers point to a revival of the market following a month of volatility and also flag a strong late-year pipeline for others to follow suit.Register to read more...
- Friday, 31 October 2014 16:07
On October 31, Toronto Dominion Bank (TD Bank) priced an Australian dollar denominated, Canadian legislative covered bond transaction backed by Canadian prime residential mortgage loans. The deal is TD Bank’s inaugural Kangaroo transaction.Register to read more...
- Friday, 31 October 2014 13:31
On October 31, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) (AA-/Aa2) priced a new, self-led, 10-year floating-rate Basel III tier-two transaction in the Australian dollar market. The deal follows institutional investor meetings which took place in Sydney and Melbourne on October 28 and 29 respectively.Register to read more...
Friday, 31 October 2014 04:32pm
Deal sources say domestic investors showed strong support for AGL Energy (AGL)’s inaugural... Register to read more
Thursday, 30 October 2014 12:16pm
Australian bond activity ramped up during the last full week of October. Issuance of note... Register to read more
Latest Issue 2014 October
USPP appeal for Australasian corporate issuers. Australian corporates at the KangaNews-BNP Paribas roundtable. The eighth KangaNews-BNZ roundtable. Canadian FIs in Australia. The FSI: a damp squib for bonds? Credit wraps on the radar. Investor Q&As: IFM and NZ Super.