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Thursday, 05 July 2018
Jun/Jul 2018

Global high-grade debt as the world changes

While markets have remained liquid and tradeable throughout 2018, there can be little doubt that the period of almost unprecedented beneficial funding conditions that pervaded up to the end of 2017 has passed. At their annual global-markets roundtable in London in June, ANZ and KangaNews heard the latest thinking from key issuer and investor players.

Tuesday, 07 July 2020

SocGen Sydney launches three-year Australian dollar deal

On 8 July, Societe Generale Sydney Branch (SocGen Sydney) (A/A1/A-) launched a new three-year, Australian dollar denominated, senior-preferred, floating-rate note, benchmark transaction. Indicative price guidance for the forthcoming deal is 100 basis points area over three-month bank bills.

Tuesday, 07 July 2020

Firstmac launches indicative A$1 billion RMBS deal

On 7 July, Firstmac launched its residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) deal, Firstmac 2-2020. The forthcoming deal has indicative total volume of A$1 billion (US$700 million), with potential to upsize to A$1.3 billion, and is expected to price on 9 July. National Australia Bank is arranger for the deal, and joint lead manager alongside ANZ, J.P. Morgan, Standard Chartered and Westpac Institutional Bank.

Tuesday, 07 July 2020

SocGen Sydney taking indications of interest for Australian dollar benchmark deal

On 7 July, Societe Generale Sydney Branch (SocGen Sydney) (A/A1/A-) began taking indications of interest for its potential three-year, Australian dollar denominated, senior-preferred, floating-rate note, benchmark transaction. Initial price thoughts for the deal is 105 basis points area over three-month bank bills. ANZ, Mizuho Securities, SocGen and Westpac Institutional Bank are leading.

Thursday, 02 July 2020
Updated

Firstmac taking indications of interest for 2-2020 RMBS deal

On 2 July, Firstmac began taking indications of interest for its residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) deal, Firstmac 2-2020. Total volume for the deal is A$500 million (US$347.7 million), with the potential to upsize, and is expected to launch in the week beginning 6 July. National Australia Bank is arranger and joint lead manger alongside ANZ, J.P. Morgan, Standard Chartered and Westpac Institutional Bank.

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