Tradeweb To Enter Nascent U.S. Covered Bonds Market

Kite, Shane
August 2008
Securities Industry News;8/11/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 29, p6
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the plan of Jersey City, New Jersey-based fixed-income platform Tradeweb to launch an electronic market for covered bonds backed by U.S. residential mortgages. Covered bond transaction types supported on Tradeweb include single security, spread or covered versus government bonds and swaps of different covered bonds. The U.S. Treasury Department also reportedly released a set of best practices for covered bonds.


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