CSFB takes on Xstrata rights in innovative £664m swap

  • 30 May 2003

Xstrata's £900m rights issue took an unusual twist yesterday (Thursday) when the mining firm's 40% shareholder Glencore revealed that it had sold its rights to Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB).

Glencore's commitment to back Xstrata's rights issue, which will finance the acquisition of MIM Holding in Australia, was crucial in getting the deal off ...

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