European high yield investors voice urgent need for structural changes

  • 13 Dec 2002
European high yield investors this week expressed the need for changes to the structural subordination of junk bonds. A group of leading investors is drafting a letter to investment banks detailing its objections, in the hope of provoking immediate change. "European high yield investors are dissatisfied with the ...

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