Tricky trades find smooth execution in super start for FIG

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By Bill Thornhill, David Bell, Tyler Davies
11 Jan 2017

Extraordinarily strong issuance conditions in the euro and sterling markets have bred a rush of new supply in the second week of 2017, allowing rarer names to price trickier deals across a broad range of asset classes.

One syndicate banker described the rush of issuance in the first two weeks as the best January start in five years, and FIG borrowers have accounted for a major part of the new supply.

This week a number of less familiar credits have appeared on screens with ...

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