The COVID-19 crisis is having a profound impact across economies, markets and societies. ANZ and KangaNews, in association with Women in Banking and Finance, hosted business and market leaders to talk through the response so far and the wide-reaching nature of future changes.
On 3 December, ME Bank began taking indications of interest for its capital-relief residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) deal, SMHL Securitisation Trust 2020-1. Total indicative volume for the deal is A$500 million (US$370.6 million) and is expected to launch in the week beginning 7 December. ANZ is arranger and joint lead manager alongside Commonwealth Bank of Australia, MUFG Securities and National Australia Bank.
GAIF Bond Issuer (BBB+/Baa1), the financing entity of Goodman Australia Industrial Partnership (GAIP), launched a new domestic, eight-year, benchmark transaction on 2 December. The forthcoming deal, which is expected to price on the day of launch, is being marketed at 130 basis points area over semi-quarterly swap. ANZ, HSBC and National Australia Bank are leading.
On 2 December, Macquarie Bank (A+/A2/A) launched a new Australian dollar denominated, five-year, senior-unsecured, benchmark transaction, offered in either or both fixed- and floating-rate note formats. Indicative price guidance for the deal is 52 basis points area over swap benchmarks.
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