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Capital Note

A short-term, corporate bond. A company issues a capital note in order to pay its short-term liabilities. Capital notes are unsecured and, in the event of liquidation, receive the lowest priority of all bonds (thought they still rank higher than preferred or common stock).
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of an aggregate principal amount of $550 million of 7.125% junior subordinated capital notes due 2079 and the dealer managers in connection with the tender offer by AES Gener S.A.
Monterrey: Fitch Ratings has assigned a final rating of 'BBB-' to Banco Santander (Mexico), S.A., Institucion de Banca Multiple, Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico's (SAN Mexico) issue of up to USD1.3 billion Reg S/144A subordinated preferred capital notes qualifying as Basel III compliant Tier 2 capital.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 8, 2018-Banco Santander MA(c)xico cash tender offer expires on preferred capital notes due 2024
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 8, 2018-Banco Santander MA(c)xico cash tender offer expires on preferred capital notes due 2024
Global Banking News-October 8, 2018-Banco Santander MA(c)xico cash tender offer expires on preferred capital notes due 2024
Stockholders equity is about P18 billion, including P12 billion in capital notes issued to Philippine Deposit Insurance Corp.
QNB announced that it has successfully raised QAR 10 billion in Additional Tier 1 Perpetual Capital Notes by way of private placement, to strengthen the Group's Capital Adequacy Ratios and to support future growth across the QNB Group in accordance with Group's strategy.
QNB has successfully raised QR10bn in Additional Tier 1 Perpetual Capital Notes by way of private placement, to strengthen the group's capital adequacy ratios and support future growth across the QNB Group in accordance with its strategy.
B2 foreign currency subordinated debt rating to a proposed issuance of up to USD100 million in 10-year fixed rate notes by Bantrab Capital Notes Trust, a Cayman Islands-based trust established for the sole purpose of acquiring a 100% participation interest in a subordinated unsecured loan made by Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch to Guatemala's Banco de los Trabajadores (Bantrab) to secure the notes.
Yesterday Jayne-Anne Gadhia, chief executive at Virgin Money, said: "I am delighted " announce the repurchase of the Tier 1 Capital Notes from HM TREASURY.
"We entered into a definitive agreement with strategic investors, Qatar Holding and The Olayan Group, to issue an aggregate of approximately CHF 6 billion of Tier 1 buffer capital notes to be paid up no earlier than October 2013," said Brady W.
Dougan, Credit Suisse chief executive officer, said: "We are pleased to announce a definitive agreement with Qatar Holding and The Olayan Group, to issue an aggregate of approximately CHF 6 billion of Tier 1 buffer capital notes to be paid up no earlier than October 2013.'