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Access Bank Commences Book Building for N100bn Commercial Paper

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Monday, November 21, 2016 11:40 AM / Arthur Steven Asset Mgt

Access Bank Plc is in the process of launching a Commercial Paper (“CP”) Issuance of up to N100 Billion across three tenors – a  (i) a 90-day CP (“Series I”), (ii) a 180-day CP (“Series II”), and (iii) a 270-day CP (“Series III”) (collectively referred to as “the Issuance”) under their N100 billion CP Issuance Programme.

Please find details of the Issuance set out below:


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