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The positioning of NBK's Tier 2 PONV securities at BCA -- 1 is also consistent with Moody's current assessment that there is a reasonable probability that the Kuwaiti authorities would stop short from sharing the burden of recapitalisation with plain vanilla subordinated debt (and more senior debt classes) and would instead bail out these creditors, if needed.
In a separate public consultation, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is proposing prospectus exemption for eligible issuers (i) offering plain vanilla bonds and (ii) making subsequent offers of bonds on the same terms as seasoned bonds.
They have been taken on by Plain Vanilla, a new production company founded by Dominic Minghella, the creator of ITV1's hit drama Doc Martin and co-creator of BBC1's Robin Hood alongside the business executive producer Foz Allan.
One trader, responsible for plain vanilla futures hedging on European equity market indices, had taken massive fraudulent directional positions in 2007 and 2008 beyond his limited authority," was how Societe Generale explained the massive damage inflicted.
There really is no such thing as the plain vanilla transaction anymore," said Frank Liantonio, executive vice president and co-head of the capital markets group at C&W, who was the chief manager and architect of the ACS's leasing deal.