Ireland announces mandate for new 10-year bond

4 January 2021 - Ireland, acting through the National Treasury Management Agency, rated Moody's A2 (Stable), Standard and Poor's AA- (Stable), Fitch Ratings A+ (Stable), has mandated BofA Securities, Davy, Deutsche Bank AG, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Nomura as joint lead managers for a forthcoming long EUR 10-year RegS benchmark transaction, maturing 18 October 2031. The transaction is expected to be launched and priced in the near future subject to market conditions. The Manufacturer target market for the Bonds is professional, retail and eligible counterparties (all channels for distribution), each as defined in MiFID II. FCA/ICMA stabilisation.

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