Bank capital: From a trickle to a flood - European bank capital issues could take off in 2000. New BIS rules encourage constant innovation. Complex tier-one hybrids mean fat fees for arrangers. Subordinated bank debt could be just what European investors need -- but they're a cautious lot.
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