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Allia C&C achieves record low spread for MORhomes

Allia C&C achieves record low spread for MORhomes

Allia C&C has arranged a tap of the MORhomes 3.4% bonds, raising £28 million for Calico Homes from a new investor. The new bonds were issued at a yield of 2.768%, a spread of 154bps (1.54%) over the benchmark gilt rate, which was significantly below the current bid price. This is the lowest spread that has been achieved since the launch of the bond in February 2019.

RCB bonds sold at lowest rate yet

RCB bonds sold at lowest rate yet

Allia C&C is pleased to announce the sale of the remaining £4 million of retained bonds from the issue of the Golden Lane Housing 3.9% Bonds due 2027. The bonds were sold to a broad group of professional and institutional investors at a price of 105.5, which equates to a yield of 3% – the lowest rate achieved on the sale of RCB bonds since the launch of the platform in 2014.

Retail Charity Bonds – The year in retrospect

Retail Charity Bonds – The year in retrospect

2020 was a truly unprecedented year with COVID-19 prompting global lockdowns, record-breaking government stimulus packages and all-time low interest rates. Despite the turbulence, the Retail Charity Bond platform has continued to deliver for borrowers over the year – both in terms of new issuance and trading performance, underpinned by strong support from ethical investors.

Greensleeves Homes Trust 5% Bonds due 2030

Greensleeves Homes Trust 5% Bonds due 2030

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Ecology Building Society secures £3 million CCDS investment

Ecology Building Society secures £3 million CCDS investment

Ecology Building Society has raised £3 million through an issue of ‘core capital deferred shares’ (CCDS), arranged by Allia C&C. The share issue will enable the Society to grow its balance sheet, invest in innovation and drive forward its mission to improve the environment by supporting and promoting ecological building practices and sustainable communities through its lending impact.