Euro cov-lite resistance starts to crumble

A growing number of companies are harnessing competition between the US and European loan markets to drag euro investors into the covenant-lite facilities they have long resisted.

  • 04 May 2012

With further tension between loans and the high yield bond sector at their disposal as well, names like Germany’s Grohe and Taminco of Belgium are following the cov-lite trail blazed recently by Switzerland’s Ineos.

The US loan market’s reception for the petrochemicals firm was so strong that it ...

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