Abengoa at it again: one more refinancing

Abengoa, the Spanish renewable energy group, is seeking to convince its investors to engage in yet another rescue plan, which includes debt swaps with no cash coupons and new convertible bonds.

  • By Victor Jimenez
  • 01 Oct 2018

This week, market players were split between conformists and fatalists over the group’s latest attempt at reining in its €4.6bn financial debt.

Abengoa, once a major high yield borrower, nearly became the largest Spanish company to have gone bankrupt in late

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4 Credit Agricole CIB 13,287.71 61 5.52%
5 Goldman Sachs 12,997.24 58 5.40%

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5 Credit Suisse 3,757.05 40 5.38%

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