What are Syndicated Government Bonds?

What are Syndicated Government Bonds?

Tim Skeet

35 years: Debt capital markets

In 2018, sovereigns, supranationals and agencies around the globe issued a total of $1.4tn worth of new debt in the public syndicated debt capital markets. Tim explains the process in which these syndicated bonds are issued.

In 2018, sovereigns, supranationals and agencies around the globe issued a total of $1.4tn worth of new debt in the public syndicated debt capital markets. Tim explains the process in which these syndicated bonds are issued.

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What are Syndicated Government Bonds?

3 mins 24 secs

Overview

Syndicated bonds are underwritten by a syndicate, or a group of underwriters. Governments will then set up meetings to gauge the appetite for the offering in order to set a price and terms for the syndicate.

Key learning objectives:

  • Identify all the parties that are involved in a syndicated bond issuance process

  • Understand what a syndicated bond is

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