OTP, ING biggest buyers at government securities auctions in H2 2015

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OTP Bank was the biggest buyer at last yearʼs forint bond auctions and ING Bank N.V. ranked first at discount T-bill auctions, according to H2 2015 rankings published on the website of Hungaryʼs Government Debt Management Agency (ÁKK) yesterday, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

ING Bank came second and Citibank Europe third among primary bond market buyers and K&H Bank was second and CIB Bank third on the primary market of discount T-bills last year.

There are 15 primary dealers at present, including seven foreign registered institutions. ÁKK publishes the rankings without revealing individual market shares.

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