Covered Bonds Market
The Cover – essential daily information on the covered bond market
The Cover is a daily online news service dedicated to the covered bond market. Published by the EuroWeek group, The Cover delivers exclusive breaking news on new covered bond issues as they are launched, as well as essential information on the secondary markets, covered bond regulation and the people that matter.
Global Benchmark Ranking
The Cover has been specifically designed so that its members can comment on articles and vote on transactions, and thereby reflect what the market really thinks. The Cover also generates bespoke league tables in partnership with Dealogic (the leading data provider.)
Each week, The Cover publishes the latest global benchmark ranking for the covered bond market, as well as a unique league table that excludes self-led deals and information on bookrunners in all currencies.
Every day, subscribers to The Cover receive a daily news alert that is also available in on mobiles devices such as a BlackBerry. Subscriptions to The Cover include full access to coveredbondnews.com, league tables and a searchable archive, powered by Google.
Most Read Articles
Pass-through salvation for peripheral covered bonds
Covered bonds will benefit from bank resolution proposals, but rating agencies must see the final wording before implementing new methodologies. By then it may be too late for bonds, already on the cusp of a sub-investment rating, from being downgrad ...
Deposits are no substitute for covered bond funding
Sweden's finance minister, Anders Borg may want the country's banks to rely less upon the covered bond market and more upon growing their own deposit bases, but if Swedish banks were to abandon a market that has served them so well for so long, it co ...
The Cover View: EBA misses the point on encumbrance (this article has one comment posted)
The European Banking Authority’s effort to improve transparency on balance sheet encumbrance has come to nothing. The draft guideline, which will be finalised by June, is practically useless because it doesn’t include emergency central bank liquidity ...
Covered bond supervision questioned under banking union
Banking union, the single supervisory mechanism and the single resolution fund should theoretically sever the sovereign-bank link, said representatives of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the European Banking Federation at the E ...
Podcast: Tim Skeet on bail-ins and bail-outs
Tim Skeet, global head of covered bonds at Royal Bank of Scotland speaks to The Cover about his work as chairman of the International Capital Markets Association (ICMA) Asset Management and Investor Council working group on bail-in.