Ferrovial reaches first stop on capital markets line with sharply priced €500m

25 Jan 2013

Ferrovial, the Spanish infrastructure and construction group that owns London’s Heathrow Airport, made its bond market debut on Friday January 18 in fine style, with a heavily oversubscribed €500m bond that was priced 25bp tighter than the lead managers’ initial target.

Rated BBB-/BBB-, Ferrovial is one of the larger Spanish companies not to have used the bond market directly before, though its subsidiary BAA (now Heathrow Airport) is one of the UK’s largest corporate issuers.

As a Spanish construction company making its debut, Ferrovial was a challenging issuer to bring ...

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