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Metro Bank  9.5% 08 Oct 2025

Business Description

Metro Bank PLC is a retail bank operating in the United Kingdom, founded by Vernon Hill in 2010. At its launch it was the first new high street bank to launch in the United Kingdom in over 150 years. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.

Bond Information

Coupon

9.5%

Maturity Date

08 Oct 2025

Next Interest Payment

08 Apr 2020

Interest Period

6 months

ISIN

XS2063492396

Asset Security

Unsecured

Amount

£350,000,000

Ratings

Fitch:  BB

Call Schedule

08 Oct 2024 at 100

Status

Payments on time

* Current Yield and Yield to Maturity are on estimated return calculations and not guaranteed. All yields shown are gross of Taxation and our Service Fee.

Company Information

Company Legal Name

Metro Bank plc

Industry

Banks & Financials

Country of Origin

UK

Year of Incorporation

2010

Ownership Status

Public

Key Financials

Revenues

11,607

Growth %

38.1%

EDITDA

1,681

Margin %

14.5%

Cash balance

3,067

Source: Public Company information

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