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DEAL: BANK OF AMERICA USD 10.0YR FIG FIXED TO FLOATING EURO PRIVATE MTN

Post Date: 24 May 2022

Netherlands based Investment Bank Merrill Lynch B.V. has finalised a private placement in the USD Fixed To Floating Euro Medium Term Note market. The financing matures in 2032 and was executed by a single dealer. 

A Euro bond is a bond or other type of negotiable debt instrument issued in the offshore international, also called eurobond, market. The ISIN of a Euro Market bond always starts with XS. It can be denominated in any freely tradeable currency.

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Issuer Details
Issuer Merrill Lynch B.V.
LEI 549300RQ1D1WIE085245
Industry Bank - Investment
Country Netherlands

 

Trade Details
Security Type MTN
Amount USD [Login to see full details]
Total Amount including taps USD [Login to see full details]
Structure Fixed To Floating
Coupon [Login to see full details]
Price [Login to see full details]
Term [Login to see full details]
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A Euro bond is a bond or other type of negotiable debt instrument issued in the offshore international, also called eurobond, market. The ISIN of a Euro Market bond always starts with XS. It can be denominated in any freely tradeable currency.

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