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  • MuHyp goes long in covereds

    MuHyp goes long in covereds

    Muenchener Hypothekenbank (MuHyp) sold the longest covered bond of the year so far this week, and bankers expect more long end deals to follow.

  • Covered bond supply optimism is misplaced

    Covered bond supply optimism is misplaced

    This week’s burst of covered bonds was exceptionally well received and boosted supply hopes. But even though the funding was cheap and deal execution certain, the supply outlook remains grim.

  • People news in brief

    People news in brief

    Natixis promotes DCM bankers — Powell quits IFAD job — NatWest Markets makes Peberdy, Donaldson and Manwaring's positions permanent

  • Deutsche Bahn steams into Swissies

    Deutsche Bahn steams into Swissies

    After a near two year absence, Deutsche Bahn pulled into the Swiss franc market to issue 15 year debt with no new issue premium this week, landing inside its own euro curve.

  • DNB issues most subscribed covered bond

    DNB issues most subscribed covered bond

    DNB Boligkreditt issued a covered bond on Thursday that became its most oversubscribed covered bond ever, equalling the bank’s biggest ever order book. The deal, secured on green mortgages, was priced through its vanilla curve, clearly demonstrating the demand for covered bonds.

  • Komerční prints first Czech euro covered

    Komerční prints first Czech euro covered

    Komerční banka sold the Czech Republic’s first euro denominated benchmark covered bond on Wednesday, landing flat to the curve of its Slovakian neighbours despite the European Central Bank’s absence from the book.

  • Latvian covered bond law expected this year

    Latvian covered bond law expected this year

    Latvian covered bond legislation permitting the cross-border recognition of cover pool assets is expected to be enacted later this year. The new law is considered to be essential for the development of a pan-Baltic covered bond market, legal experts have said.

  • Covered bond squeeze transforms to strangle

    Covered bond squeeze transforms to strangle

    The unprecedented shortage of primary covered bond supply, mounting redemptions and depleted trading inventories have created an acute squeeze on pricing. A much bigger wave of investors will soon be forced to exit the market if new bonds don't materialise.

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THE EUROMONEY ECBC VIRTUAL COVERED BOND CONGRESS 2020

  • Covered bond conference 

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  • On September 9-10, 2020 Euromoney and the ECBC hosted the eighteenth annual meeting for the international covered bond market, virtually.

  • Key figures:

    • 3,030 hours spent on the platform
    • An average 4.30 hours spent on the platform by each delegate
    • 740 unique visitors from 40 countries
    • 35,000 visits to the platform

    To find out more and watch the sessions, click here 

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Roundtable

  • Covered bonds through Covid: the French issuers’ perspective

    Funding officials from Caffil, Credit Mutuel Arkéa and La Banque Postale gathered in early July to take part in a roundtable to discuss how they navigated their way through the peak of the crisis when covered bond market volatility was at its highest, and how they expect to manage funding in its aftermath, as the pernicious impact of the pandemic takes its toll.