Swiss market gets first foreign corporate deals of the year

General Electric and Australian SPI Electricity & Gas issued Swiss franc bonds this week, meeting the lack of corporate supply since the beginning of the year.

  • 05 Feb 2010

"Sizeable corporate deals like these were just what the market was missing," said one FIG syndicate banker. "The market has not seen much flow and good quality names like these are just what investors want given current market sentiment."

SPI Electricity & Gas Australia Holdings issued its debut Swiss ...

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