Intrum’s €3bn blockbuster wows euro HY

A week long roadshow and investor meetings in six countries paid off for Swedish debt collector Intrum Justitia, which sold the bond to fund its merger with Lindorff with an average coupon of below 3% on Friday.

  • By Victor Jimenez
  • 19 Jun 2017

The marketing team for the four tranche unsecured bond hit the road on June 12 just as the European Commission approved the combination of Intrum Justitia, the receivables firm listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, and Norwegian credit manager Lindorff.

During the following five days, Intrum engaged with investors ...

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