Debt-laden Douglas leans towards bonds for recovery refi
Douglas, the highly levered beauty retailer, is finding the bond market more receptive than loans to its turnaround refinancing. It has restructured its debt package to switch €330m of secured loans to bonds. The comeback deal appears still on track, though the PIK notes are being marketed at a punchy 9% yield.
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