Investors look past problems as Noble bags $750m

Singapore-listed commodities trader Noble Group returned to the international bond market on Monday after a hiatus of nearly three years. Despite the continuous noise around the credit, investors appear to have put the company’s past behind them as they piled into the $750m deal.

  • By Addison Gong
  • 07 Mar 2017
Joint bookrunners HSBC, ING, Morgan Stanley and Société Générale opened books for Noble’s five non call three notes on Monday morning at the Asia open, with guidance released

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