Bumi issues $700m to repay debt, converts loans to equity

Indonesia’s Bumi Resources sold a $700m seven non-call four bond at the end of last week, kicking off a plan to pay off short term debt with longer term borrowings only days before it converted $362m of debt into equity.

  • 07 Oct 2010

Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan managed the deal, which came at the end of a week of heavy issuance in Asia. They had sounded out investors with guidance of 10.75%-11%, and ended up pricing the issue at the tight end after getting strong demand.

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3 HSBC 15,312.80 44 8.83%
4 Credit Suisse 10,076.32 23 5.81%
5 BNP Paribas 9,810.23 72 5.66%

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1 Deutsche Bank 7,800.70 49 10.57%
2 Citi 6,458.14 23 8.75%
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4 Barclays 5,619.60 34 7.61%
5 JPMorgan 4,221.50 35 5.72%

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Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
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1 JPMorgan 25,637.35 204 10.43%
2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 23,640.29 169 9.62%
3 Goldman Sachs 22,100.52 142 8.99%
4 Citi 20,620.00 153 8.39%
5 Barclays 20,603.68 133 8.38%