Lukoil stars in late 2010 convertible show

The EMEA equity-linked market enjoyed an end of year flourish with three deals — including the largest of 2010 — pricing during the week and expectations of a strong start to 2011 running high.

  • 10 Dec 2010
Russia’s Lukoil raised $1.5bn from the biggest CB in the region this year, a deal that appealed to a broad range of investors. Two mid-cap names also offered bonds: both French care home operator Orpea and Finnish nickel and zinc miner Talvivaara found a ready home among outright ...

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