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Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Aug/Sep 2020 supplement

Roundtable discussion: Women in Sustainable Finance

The sustainable-finance sector has grown exponentially in the past decade. As part of the Women in Sustainable Finance initiative, Westpac Institutional Bank and KangaNews brought together Australian and global experts to discuss the market in 2020 and beyond.

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Friday, 24 July 2020

TCorp launches October 2023 syndicated tap

On 24 July, New South Wales Treasury Corporation (TCorp) (AAA/Aa1) launched a syndicated increase to its October 2023 floating-rate note. The forthcoming deal, which is expected to price on the day of launch, is 20-22 basis points area over three-month bank bills. ANZ and Commonwealth Bank of Australia are leading.

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Friday, 17 July 2020
Jun/Jul 2020

TCorp's toolkit expands to meet growth in future funding need

New South Wales Treasury Corporation (TCorp) has managed a growing funding task through the various Australian and international crises of the last year. Fiona Trigona, head of funding and balance sheet at TCorp in Sydney, discusses the tools that will enable the state treasury corporation to continue managing a higher call on debt capital markets.

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Friday, 17 July 2020
Jun/Jul 2020

From the ashes

COVID-19 has spurred record volume of social-bond issuance and some sustainable-finance experts believe the crisis will be the catalyst for much more widespread adoption of the instrument. Despite the best efforts of advocates, however, the hurdles to habitual use of social bonds, especially in the private sector, remain high.

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Thursday, 16 July 2020
Jun/Jul 2020

Australian government-sector issuers ride the waves of COVID-19

In June, Westpac Institutional Bank and KangaNews brought together the biggest issuers in the Australian government sector to discuss a rollercoaster ride in markets since the end of March. The issuers describe a relatively straight-line improvement since the thrills and spills of the March-April period, with returning investors supporting increasing issuance volume and liquidity at extended tenor.