Hyundai 's US arm grabs $800m in dual tranche deal

Hyundai Capital America raised $800m from a dual-tranche issuance on Wednesday, the same day that chemical giant China National Chemical Corp walked away with more than $6bn from the market.

  • By Morgan Davis
  • 08 Mar 2018

While other Asian issuers stayed away from the market because of ChemChina’s jumbo trade, Hyundai Capital America, part of South Korean conglomerate Hyundai Motor Group, was able to grab $800m from its deal. 

ChemChina’s issuance was anticipated to come this week, leading a number of issuers to hold off ...

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