First Chicago Corp. on Wednesday issued $150 million in floating-rate debt with minimum-rate protection, becoming the third bank this month to tap demand for this type of security.

The 10-year subordinated debt issue floats at 12.5 basis points over the three-month London interbank offered rate, with a 4.25% minimum yield, called a "floor." First Boston Corp. was sole manager.

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