BBVA emitirá bono respaldado por créditos por 1.000 mln eur-lead


LONDRES, 25 nov (Reuters) - BBVA planea vender un bono por 1.000 millones de euros en tres tramos respaldado por préstamos para automóviles, según dijeron el viernes los bancos gestores. BBVA, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein y JP Morgan están encargados de la venta, prevista para la semana del 12 de diciembre tras una serie de encuentros con inversores que tendrá lugar la próxima semana. El mayor tramo, calificado con triple A, alcanzará un total de 949,5 millones de euros y tiene una ...

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