White & Case Advises Federal Republic of Germany on €6 Billion Bonds Issuance
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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised the Federal Republic of Germany, represented by the Federal Ministry of Finance which is in turn represented by Bundesrepublik Deutschland – Finanzagentur GmbH (Finance Agency), on its increase of the 30-year Federal bond.
The Federal bond with a fixed coupon of 0.00% has been tapped by €6 billion and has now a principal amount of €14 billion. The placement of the Federal bond with international investors was carried out by a syndicate of banks under the lead management of BNP Paribas, Danske Bank A/S, Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft, Goldman Sachs International Bank and J.P. Morgan Securities plc.
The White & Case team in Frankfurt that advised on the transaction was led by partner Karsten Wöckener and included local partner Cristina Freudenberger and associates Peter Becker, Claire-Marie Mallad, Florian Fraunhofer and Daniel Gillenkirch.
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