Friday September 25, 2020

Investors return to AIB senior bonds

Investors have been buying back into AIB senior debt in recent weeks as the official threat to ‘‘burn’’ holders of the normally protected class of securities receded amid a softer stance by the new government.

12th March, 2011

Investors have been buying back into AIB senior debt in recent weeks as the official threat to ‘‘burn’’ holders of the normally protected class of securities receded amid a softer stance by the new government.

Prices on AIB senior unsecured bonds climbed above 80 cent on the euro last week on the secondary market, after bumping around the 70 cent mark in the run-up to the general election, in a sign...

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