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Who are Agency Borrowers?

Who are Agency Borrowers?

Tim Skeet

35 years: Debt capital markets

There is a large array of agency borrowers, many of which are active borrowers in the capital markets. In this short video, Tim discusses these agency borrowers and provides some examples.

There is a large array of agency borrowers, many of which are active borrowers in the capital markets. In this short video, Tim discusses these agency borrowers and provides some examples.

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Who are Agency Borrowers?

1 min 5 secs

Key learning objectives:

  • Identify who agency borrowers are

  • Define State-owned enterprises and give some examples

  • Explain the pricing determinants

Overview:

These are typically agencies of central governments that issue debt in capital markets and answer to central government departments. They have their own operating budgets and funding profiles.

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Summary

What is SOE, and what are some examples?

State-owned enterprises are corporatised state entities that are run as corporations, but have state ownership or benefit from the state.

For example, France’s SNCF and Transport for London.

How are the prices for public borrowers determined?

  1. Rating
  2. Ownership
  3. Nature of public support
  4. Size of borrowing programme
  5. Issuing frequency of the borrower

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Tim Skeet

Tim Skeet

Banker with more than 35 years experience in the financial markets. Tim has been an ICMA board member and an ECBC steering committee member. Tim is a Freeman of the City of London.

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