Busiest bond Q3 leaves EMEA loans behind

Corporate borrowers in EMEA turned to the public bond markets for more than half of their financing needs in the first three quarters of the year, according to data provider Dealogic, as the volume of new loans fell by more than 40% to just $512bn.

  • 28 Sep 2012

The global share of corporate funding raised in the loan market was 46% over the first three quarters, the lowest rate since 34% in 2009. Back in 2007, companies globally did almost 70% of their fundraising with bank lenders.

In EMEA, only 39% of corporate funding done so ...

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