Supranationals & Agencies

  • Dollar market dominated by defensive deals

    The dollar market has kept up a respectable pace of issuance this week, pumping out small deals at the short end of the curve catering to investors’ preference for defensive transactions.

  • IFFIm launches three year vaccine bond

    International Finance Facility for Immunisation (IFFIm) hit the market on Thursday with a $500m three year no-grow — its first dollar syndication since 2017.

  • Agora snags Estlin as adviser

    Peter Estlin, a former lord mayor of the City of London and group financial controller at Barclays, has joined Digital Debt Capital Markets, the company behind the Agora software, the start-up founded by fellow Barclays alumnus and bond market veteran, Charlie Berman.

  • IFFIm hits screens ahead of US election

    IFFIm hits screens ahead of US election

    The International Finance Facility for Immunisation is lining up its first dollar benchmark since April 2019, selling into a market crowded with borrowers looking for short dated taps.

  • ADB trades on looming Aussie QE

    ADB trades on looming Aussie QE

    Asian Development Bank printed the largest SSA kangaroo benchmark of the year on Tuesday, taking advantage of a brief issuance window and capitalising on expectations of the start of quantitative easing in Australia.

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