June 19, 2018, 7:56 pm
Facebook iconTwitter iconYouTube iconGoogle+ icon

EastWest Bank lists 1st tranche of LTNCD

East West Banking Corporation (EastWest) recently listed on the Philippine Dealing Exchange Corp. (PDEx), the country’s fixed income trading platform, the first tranche of its planned P15 billion Long-term Negotiable Certificates of Time Deposit (LTNCD) offering this year.

The first tranche of the peso-denominated LTNCD offering is worth P2.45 billion and will have a coupon rate of 4.625 percent and maturity date of December 7, 2023. Sole Issue Manager and Arranger is Unicapital, Inc., with EastWest Bank as selling agent.

Proceeds from the LTNCDs will be used to expand EastWest’s long-term deposit base, as well as support major funding needs of the bank. 

LTNCDs are peso-denominated, negotiable certificates of time deposits which carry relatively higher interest rates and have Longer maturity period than regular time deposits.

BSP approved the P15 billion LTNCD offering last May 16, 2018, which follows the successful completion of the bank’s P10 billion LTNCD offering in 2017.

EastWest is one of the largest universal banks in the Philippines today, catering to the financial needs of consumers, middle market corporates, and the mass affluent. It reported a net income of P945 Million and 9.6 percent return on equity in the first quarter of the year.
Rating: 
No votes yet

Column of the Day

When body language speaks volumes

By ABIGAIL VALTE | June 19,2018
‘Whichever side you are on, it’s difficult to deny that the photo of Robredo put down Duterte in many, many ways, though inadvertently.’

Opinion of the Day

KOWTOWING

Rey O. Arcilla's picture
By REY O. ARCILLA | June 19, 2018
‘I believe what Digong’s detractors really mean and want is that they’d rather the country went back to kowtowing to the US.’