Subordinated Debt

TSB enjoys a strong capital position and our subordinated debt issuance is an important part of this. It helps us to meet our regulatory requirements and meets our strategy of optimising the level and mix of capital and funding resources.

Subordinated debt means the rights and claims of our customers will come before those of the Institutions investing in our subordinated debt.

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TSB BANKING GROUP PLC - Fixed/Floating Rate Reset Callable Subordinated Tier 2 Notes due May 2026

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