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
Transparency will keep covered bonds one step ahead
The Covered Bond Label Foundation should be applauded for tightening up the definition of what makes a covered bond. But a common transparency standard for investors is the real prize that issuers should be striving for to ensure covered bonds are al ...
Turkish banks line up for 2014 covered bond dash
The Turkish covered bond law will be updated any moment now, paving the way for the first publicly syndicated euro denominated, mortgage backed covered bond. VakıfBank, Işbank, Ziraat Bank, and Akbank are in the frame, but the odds-on favou ...
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 ...
The Cover View: Risk weighting fiasco makes a farce of regulation (this article has two comments posted)
The risk weights for securitization have been halved, again, in the latest version of Solvency II. Naturally the market is pleased to be further out of the regulatory dog house, but the way risk weights (and therefore careers, businesses and economie ...