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DEAL: ESM (EFSF) EUR 10.0YR SSA AA FIXED RATE SYNDICATED EUROPA MARKET BOND

Post Date: 21 June 2022
EFSF has priced a syndicated EUR denominated Europa market bond which matures in 2032. 
A Europa bond is a EUR-denominated bond issued by a European entity in the European Domestic Bond market. These bonds are also sometimes referred to as Eurozone Bonds or Corona Bonds or Stability Bonds.

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Issuer Details
Issuer European Financial Stability Facility
LEI 222100OW6UHQXNHKN143
Industry Government - Supranational Institutions
Country Luxembourg
Issuer Description The European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) was created by the euro area member states following the decisions taken May 9, 2010 within the framework of the Ecofin Council. As part of the overall rescue package of €750 billion, EFSF is able to issue bonds guaranteed by EAMS for up to € 440 billion for on-lending to EAMS in difficulty, subject to conditions negotiated with the European Commission in liaison with the European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund and to be approved by the Eurogroup. EFSF has been assigned the best possible credit rating; AAA by Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings, Aaa by Moody’s. EFSF is a Luxembourg-registered company owned by Euro Area Member States. It is headed by Klaus Regling, former Director-General for economic and financial affairs at the European Commission.. The European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) is a special purpose vehicle financed by members of the eurozone to address the European sovereign-debt crisis. The Facility's headquarters are in Luxembourg City. The mandate of the EFSF is to "safeguard financial stability in Europe by providing financial assistance" to eurozone states. The EFSF can issue bonds or other debt instruments on the market with the support of the German Finance Agency to raise the funds needed to provide loans to eurozone countries in financial troubles, recapitalise banks or buy sovereign debt.
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Security Type Bond
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Structure Fixed Rate
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A Europa bond is a EUR-denominated bond issued by a European entity in the European Domestic Bond market. These bonds are also sometimes referred to as Eurozone Bonds or Corona Bonds or Stability Bonds.

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