EUR New Issues: Activity returns after recent market turmoil

Issuance is back following a hiatus in activity during recent market turmoil.

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New issues

  • Estonia plans EUR 10y after investor calls through Citi, GS and SocGen.

  • Smith and Nephew plc, a UK medical device company, is pricing €500m (max) 7y around swaps +225bps through BofA, Mizuho, SMBC Nikko (B&D) and SocGen.

  • EDP Finance is pricing €500m (max) long 7y Green around swaps +175bps through BofA, GS (B&D), BBVA, CA, DB, Mediobanca, MS, Santander, SMBC Nikko and SocGen.

  • Madrid is pricing €500m 7y Green around SPGBs +23bps through BBVA, Caixa, CA (B&D), ING and Santander.

  • EFSF is pricing EUR 5.5y at swaps -19bps with latest books above €11bn. Leads are DB, Nomura and SocGen (B&D).

  • UniCredit Bank Czech/Slovakia is pricing EUR 5y Covered around swaps +55bps through UniCredit (B&D), DZ, Erste, LBBW and RBI.

  • Bank of Montreal is pricing EUR 4y Covered around swaps +17bps through BMO, Commerzbank (B&D), HSBC, Natixis and Rabobank.

  • Jyske Bank is pricing EUR 3.5y NC2.5 SNP around swaps +220bps through BNPP, Deka, JPM, Jyske and Swedbank.

  • DBS Bank is pricing EUR 3y Covered around swaps +19bps through DBS, Helaba, ING (B&D), Natixis, NordLB and SocGen.