TCorp issues rare dual-tranche semi-government floater
New South Wales Treasury Corporation’s recent A$4 billion syndicated deal was the first ever dual-tranche floating-rate note transaction from a semi-government issuer. The issuer says it offered this structure to gain interest from its targeted Australian deposit-taking institution investors.
QTC enticed back into green-bond market for A$3 billion deal
Increased appetite for green bonds and renewed engagement from a diverse range of domestic and global investors brought Queensland Treasury Corporation back to the labelled market after a year-long absence, pricing a A$3 billion (US$2.2 billion) deal on September 9.
NZDM lands long-dated NZ$3 billion sovereign bond
New Zealand Debt Management extended its maturity curve to 30 years on 14 September, placing a NZ$3 billion (US$2.1 billion) nominal bond deal primarily with offshore accounts.
Rentenbank delivers further Kangaroo GSS supply
Rentenbank joins a growing list of supranational, sovereign and agency borrowers that have printed debut Kangaroo use-of-proceeds green, social and sustainability bonds in 2021. The issuer tells KangaNews it wants the Australian dollar market to be one of its key green-funding sources.
High society – Australian securitisation welcomes another debutant
SocietyOne’s debut public asset-backed securities prioritised transaction quality and execution certainty over volume, according to the borrower. The nonbank lender joins a growing cohort of personal-loan originators in the term securitisation market, and says it plans to increase volume in subsequent deals.