Investors unfazed by trailblazing Siemens deal

Siemens, a corporate of such stature that it never knowingly leaves much on the table for investors, this week turned to the equity-linked market in size, pushing the boundaries of structure. On Thursday it priced a $3bn issue of bonds with warrants, the largest corporate equity-linked deal in Europe for 10 years.

  • 10 Feb 2012

Convertible bond bankers said that they could not remember another bonds and warrants deal that had employed a dual currency structure — the dollar bonds carry euro warrants. On top of that, not many have had both positive and negative dividend language.

The deal was a dual tranche 5.5 ...

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