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Private Placement

A private placement is the offering of an MTN, Note or Bond through a single dealer and typically with a single investor, as opposed to offering bonds through a syndicate of banks. These offerings are typically done under the terms of an EMTN Programme, which is a set of documents that allow the issuer to create debt instruments through a signature on a simple 3-4 page term-sheet. These programmes however are also used for syndicated offerings. Depending on the arranger bank, these facilities may have different names, such as Debt Issuance Programme, but essentially are all the same. Issuers can use these programmes to issue in any permitted currency and for any type of structure or term. In league tables it is standard market practice to exclude self-led transactions. Self-led is where the issuer and dealer are from the same institution or belong to the same group.


Based on available data, on the 14th March 2018, the size of the Vanilla Private Placement Market Bond was EUR 3.46 trillion.  

For information on issues in the Private Placement Market, please use the CMDportal Instrument search tool.

For information on the current size of the Private Placement Market, please use the CMDportal data sheet tool.

For information on the composition of the Private Placement Market, please use the CMDportal issuer search tool.

For information on active dealers in the Private Placement Market, please use the CMDportal dealer search tool.

For information on active investors in the Private Placement Market, please use the CMDportal fund search tool.



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