EE plugs green refi bond deal into HY market

Nordic issuers are occupying both ends of the deal size range in the euro high yield market of late. First was Sweden's Instrum’s multibillion bond sale on Friday, and on Tuesday Denmark’s European Energy announced a €50m refinancing deal.

  • By Victor Jimenez
  • 20 Jun 2017

“We’ve had a number of Nordic high yield and unrated deals in euros and local currencies in the primary market since last week and all have been priced at good levels,” said a syndicate banker at a Nordic bank.

The banker was referring to Energi Danmark’s ...

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4 Deutsche Bank 11,531.87 64 5.26%
5 HSBC 11,509.91 70 5.25%

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5 Barclays 4,075.90 34 6.05%

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