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Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Owen Wild' s stories

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  • HelloFresh

    HelloFresh steps out of Blue Apron's shadow

    Top News | 13 October 2017

    HelloFresh’s IPO barely got going in late 2015 with the meal kit company quietly shelving the float after pre-marketing showed the €2.6bn valuation achieved on the previous funding round was pie in the sky.

  • Martin Franklin's J2 could reach US$1bn

    Equities | 29 September 2017

    The US special purpose acquisition company market is so hot that it may be a surprise that there continues to be a steady stream of UK issuance, but the flexibility the UK version offers to issuers keeps them coming.

  • Martin Franklin's J2 vehicle could reach US$1bn

    Ticker | 28 September 2017

    The US special purpose acquisition company market is so hot that it may be a surprise that there continues to be a steady stream of UK issuance, but the flexibility the UK version offers to issuers keeps them coming.

  • Obituary: John Millar

    Ticker | 27 September 2017

    Equity capital markets veteran John Millar has died at the age of 53 following a long battle with pancreatic cancer.

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    Japanese equity-linked wakes up

    Top News | 01 September 2017

    The Japanese convertible bond market burst back to life last week after a five-month hiatus, with two companies raising a combined ¥190bn (US$1.7bn).

  • Air France plane passes Air Berlin plane during take-off at Tegel Airport in Berlin

    CB investors take Air Berlin parachute

    Top News | 18 August 2017

    Former convertible bondholders were proved right last week when Etihad Airways finally stopped propping up Air Berlin and the airline filed for insolvency. The German low-cost carrier had tried in February to keep convertible investors from exercising a put on 2019 paper by ramping up the coupon and slashing the premium in an exchange, but investors rejected the notion.

  • South Africa bails out Tanzanian IPO

    Equities | 18 August 2017

    Vodacom Tanzania made its long-awaited debut on the Dar es Salaam stock exchange on Tuesday but the largest float in the country’s history, at TSh476bn (US$213m), will still be viewed by some as a failure for not attracting more investor interest.

  • BNP Paribas makes ECM changes

    People & Markets | 14 July 2017

    Paul Frankfurt is returning to ECM in September to lead the blocks business at BNP Paribas. Frankfurt will focus on originating blocks and also support the wider origination effort in ECM, particularly with sponsors where there is a natural overlap.

  • Goldman trio leave, Martin sets up own firm

    People & Markets | 30 June 2017

    A trio of senior bankers are leaving Goldman Sachs, including Daniel Martin, who is setting up his own advisory firm after more than 20 years working in equity syndicate.

  • Downgrade threat for Kuwait Energy as IPO fails to progress

    Equities | 23 June 2017

    S&P last week placed Kuwait Energy’s B- credit rating on creditwatch with negative implications. The rating already had a negative outlook.

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