Aug 27- Australia's Westpac Banking Corp (WBC.AX) has sold 65 billion yen ($769.4 million) of five-year Samurai bonds in two tranches, lead manager Daiwa Securities Capital Markets said on Friday.
Westpac sold 50 billion yen in fixed-rate bonds and 15 billion yen in floating-rate bonds.
The coupon for the fixed-rate bonds was set at 50 basis points above yen swaps, while the coupon for the floating-rate bonds is 65 basis points above three-month yen Libor.
Other lead managers are Citigroup Global Markets Japan and Nomura Securities.
Samurai bonds are yen bonds issued in Japan by non-Japanese entities. (Reporting by Naoyuki Katayama and Hiroyasu Hoshi; writing by Rika Otsuka)

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