Enexis prices benchmark through curve on €4bn book

09 Nov 2012

Enexis, the Netherlands’ second largest electricity grid company, issued its second bond on Wednesday to overwhelming demand from investors that enabled it to price through its own curve and in line with its closest peer, the better known Alliander — which came to market the following day.

Rated Aa3 (stable)/A+ (positive), Enexis is wholly owned by Dutch provinces and municipalities.

In January it sold a debut €300m 10 year issue that Deutsche Bank and ING priced at 120bp over mid-swaps, with a book of about €800m.

The exceptional heat of the European corporate bond market — especially ...

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