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Tuesday, 03 March 2015

Owen Wild' s stories

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  • Abengoa proves market access

    Structured Equity | 27 February 2015

    Abengoa returned to the debt capital markets for the first time since a sharp sell-off in its bonds last year to raise US$279m. The issue of bonds exchangeable into Abengoa Yield proved the company still has access to markets, but there were still questions over t

  • The logo of the new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is seen at the agency's headquarters in the Canary Wharf business district of London

    Jitters as FCA looks at allocations

    Top News | 27 February 2015

    The Financial Conduct Authority will reveal in March whether new issuance of debt and equity will come under its competition review, a prospect that has set bankers’ nerves on edge.

  • The logo of the new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is seen at the agency's headquarters in the Canary Wharf business district of London

    Jitters as FCA looks at allocations

    Blogs | 27 February 2015

    The Financial Conduct Authority will reveal in March whether new issuance of debt and equity will come under its competition review, a prospect that has set bankers’ nerves on edge.

  • Germany

    Equity-linked fights back

    Top News | 13 February 2015

    The extraordinarily tight pricing levels achieved by well-rated corporates in debt markets have finally convinced equity-linked investors to bend to the new reality, forcing them to accept negative yields on sizeable new issues.

  • Germany

    Equity-linked fights back

    Blogs | 13 February 2015

    The extraordinarily tight pricing levels achieved by well-rated corporates in debt markets have finally convinced equity-linked investors to bend to the new reality, forcing them to accept negative yields on sizeable new issues.

  • Germany

    Equity-linked fights back

    Blogs | 13 February 2015

    The extraordinarily tight pricing levels achieved by well-rated corporates in debt markets have finally convinced equity-linked investors to bend to the new reality, forcing them to accept negative yields on sizeable new issues.

  • Aena

    Aena defies convention

    Top News | 06 February 2015

    The Spanish government defied convention when it raised the price range on the privatisation of airports operator Aena. Irrespective of demand, companies – on the advice of their bankers – traditionally do not move price ranges on European IPOs. It is the clearest example of the divergence between markets on either side

  • Integrated Diagnostics Holdings logo

    IDH rethinks IPO

    Equities | 30 January 2015

    Integrated Diagnostics Holdings has met with such a strong response locally and in the Gulf that the company is reconsidering the structure of its IPO, prompting a delay.

  • Switzerland

    SNB move puts Swiss deals in jeopardy

    Top News | 16 January 2015

    A bright start for Swiss capital markets in 2015 was quickly snuffed out as the rapid revaluation of the franc closed the primary debt market and made Europe’s largest IPO of the year suddenly much more expensive.

  • Into the unknown

    Into the unknown

    All Special Reports | 12 December 2014

    Investors in banks could be forgiven for longing for simpler times. On established metrics banks look incredibly cheap. But a host of new rules around capital requirements and resolving failing banks, not to mention a host of untested debt structures, have left investors attempting to evaluate an unpredictable new world.

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