SEGRO collars €300m long-dated private placement

UK real estate investment trust Segro has sold €300m 10 and 15 year US private placement (PP) notes, to a group of institutional investors.

  • By Silas Brown
  • 13 Aug 2018

Lloyds, Santander and Wells Fargo arranged the dual tranche transaction.

“We raised sterling bonds in autumn last year, and we wanted to raise in euros this time but perhaps not benchmark size,” said Octavia Peters, head of treasury at Segro. “We were tracking public and ...

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