The CNY-denominated bonds seen to be released by mid-October.
Bank of Communications (BoCom), China's fifth-largest bank by assets, plans to issue 26 billion yuan ($4.1 billion) of subordinated bonds, two sources with knowledge of the plan told Reuters on Thursday.
The yuan-denominated bonds may include maturities of 10 years and 15 years, said the sources who asked not to be identified.
The issuance is expected to take place in mid-October, one of the sources said.
CICC and China Construction Bank are lead underwriters of the issuance and Citic Securities and Haitong Securities are joint underwriters, another source said.
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