Fiat HY bonds appeal in flourishing Euro market

Fallen angel Fiat Finance & Trade issued a Eu1.25bn five year bond today, as investors clamoured for paper in the reopened corporate bond market after a quiet August. The central treasury vehicle of the Italian car firm (Ba1/BB+/BB+) priced the deal to yield 7.75% as demand outstripped expectations.

  • 08 Sep 2009

BNP Paribas, Royal Bank of Scotland and Société Générale built a book of nearly Eu8bn from around 500 accounts after they had released yield guidance of 7.75% to 8%. The level of oversubscription allowed them to price at the tight end of this range.

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