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On 4 December, Pepper Group began taking indications of interest for its auto and equipment asset-backed securities (ABS) deal, Pepper Sparkz 3. Capped volume for the transaction is A$615.9 million (US$458.1 million) and is expected to launch in the week beginning 7 December. Westpac Institutional Bank is arranger and joint lead manager alongside BofA Securities, MUFG Securities, National Australia Bank, RBC Capital Markets and Societe Generale.
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.
On 1 December, Macquarie Bank (A+/A2/A) revealed plans for a new Australian dollar denominated, five-year, senior-unsecured benchmark transaction, offered in either or both fixed- and floating-rate note formats. ANZ, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Macquarie Bank, National Australia Bank, SMBC Nikko and Westpac Institutional Bank are leading.
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