MetLife issues $1 billion in SOFR-linked floating rate notes

Bloomberg reports that “The MetLife transaction, which was managed by Bank of America, is a floating-rate note with a coupon of 57 basis points more than SOFR, according to a person familiar. The notes are being issued by Metropolitan Life Global Funding I.”

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