Com Hem roadshowing for €287m triple-C notes
Swedish cable operator Com Hem is out this week marketing a euro bond to refinance its senior unsecured hung bridge loan, following up on the privately placed Swedish krona deal that it sold last week to refinance the senior secured bridge. The new issue being marketed now is the first triple-C bond since Capsugel’s Caa1/B rated issue in July.
The company plans to issue 287.058m in eight year non-call four notes, with expected ratings of Caa1/CCC+, to finance the Skr17bn (1.87bn) acquisition of Com Hem by BC Partners from Carlyle Group.
Bookrunners Goldman Sachs (billing and delivering), Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, Nordea and
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