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NATIONAL BANK OF CANADA [TORONTO] PRICES AUD ZERO COUPON-CALLABLE SUSTAINABLE NOTES

Post Date: 15 October 2021

Canada based Commercial Bank National Bank of Canada has finalised a private placement in the AUD Zero Coupon-Callable Euro Medium Term Note market. The financing matures in 2036 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. Issuer: National Bank of Canada Industry: Bank - CommercialCountry: CanadaLEI: BSGEFEIOM18Y80CKCV46 Issuer Description: National Bank of Canada provides a full array of banking services, including retail, corporate and investment banking. The Bank, through its subsidiaries, is involved in securities brokerage, insurance and wealth management, as well as mutual fund and retirement plan management.Generic Rating: [Login to see full details] Moody's Credit Rating: [Login to see full details] S&P Credit Rating: [Login to see full details] Fitch Credit Rating: [Login to see full details] Amount: AUD [Login to see full details]Total Amount including taps: AUD [Login to see full details] Structure: Zero Coupon-CallableThe MTN was priced at [Login to see full details]. Term: [Login to see full details]Trade Date: [Login to see full details]Settlement Date: [Login to see full details]Maturity Date: [Login to see full details]Login to see if this deal qualifies as a Green Bond or Social Bond or other type of ESG Bond.  Check here for all issuer’s year to date financings.

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