JP Morgan issued international bonds for USD 500.0m maturing in 2023 with a 3M LIBOR USD+1% coupon. Bonds were sold at a price of 100%. Bookrunner: JP Morgan.
|Issuer, issue number||JP Morgan, FRN 15jan2023, USD|
|Type of debt instrument||International bonds|
|Type of placement||Public|
|Par, currency of issue||USD 2,000|
|End of placement||12/01/2016|
|Initial issue price||100|
|Coupon||3M LIBOR USD+1%|
|Coupon frequency||4 time(s) per year|
|Issue Managers||Bookrunner: JP Morgan|
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