Posts Tagged ‘ Sparebanken Vest Boligkreditt ’

Vest impresses with well bid Eu500m, cites growing reputation

Feb 26th, 2016

Sparebanken Vest Boligkreditt on Wednesday sold a Eu500m five year covered bond that was twice oversubscribed at the same time as achieving “ambitious” pricing, and an official at the Norwegian issuer said that recognition of the credit is increasing.

Sparebanken Vest gets tight in covered, eyes more euros

Apr 24th, 2015

Sparebanken Vest Boligkreditt on Wednesday sold the first Norwegian euro benchmark covered bond of the year, a Eu500m seven year that achieved tighter pricing than some market participants had expected, and an official at the Norwegian issuer said it may become a more frequent visitor to euros.

Vest pleased with result in hectic covered market

Jan 16th, 2014
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Sparebanken Vest Boligkreditt sold a Eu500m no-grow five year covered bond on Thursday of last week (9 January), having seen “no reason to wait” to tap the market early in the year given strong market conditions, an official at the issuer told Nordic FIs & Covered.

Euro comeback augurs well for Sparebanken Vest growth

Sep 5th, 2013
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Norway’s Sparebanken Vest Boligkreditt priced its first benchmark euro covered bond in more than one-and-a-half years yesterday (Wednesday), a Eu500m no-grow five year deal that an official at the issuer said went “smoothly and swiftly” and bodes well for an envisaged increase in euro issuance.

Nordea Finland restarts covered, Sparebanken Vest sets euro roadshow

Aug 22nd, 2013
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Nordea Bank Finland reopened the euro benchmark covered bond market with the first such trade since the end of July on Tuesday, issuing a Eu1.5bn five year transaction, while Sparebanken Vest has announced a euro roadshow mandate.

Sparebanken post positive results

Feb 21st, 2013

Fitch affirmed the ratings of Norway’s Sparebanken on Tuesday, saying that their current ratings of A or A- reflect the sound asset quality and good capital and leverage ratios of the banks.