Shaw and Partners appointed Co-Manager of the CommBank PERLS IX Capital Notes Issue News23 Feb 2017

Shaw and Partners has been appointed Co-Manager of the CommBank PERLS IX Capital Notes (CBAPF) new issue. CBAPF are subordinated, unsecured notes issued by CBA that will be quoted on ASX. CBA intends to raise $750 million. The offer includes a Priority Securityholder offer, which is to eligible Colonial Group Subordinated Noteholders (CNGHA).

 

The offer is being made pursuant to the Prospectus, which contains full details about the offer and should be read in its entirety together with the Information Booklet for Colonial Group Subordinated Notes (with particular attention on the investment risks detailed in Section 4 of the Prospectus) before making a decision to invest. Investors can access the Prospectus using this link:

http://www.asx.com.au/asx/statistics/announcements.do?by=asxCode&asxCode=CBA&timeframe=D&period=W

 

Call Shaw and Partners direct on 1800 636 625 for more information.

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