Olam International embarked on the next stage of its capital markets rehabilitation this week with a new dollar bond. The Singapore-based borrower was intent on repricing its existing curve, and duly presented the market with aggressive initial guidance. That approach drew some criticism, but bankers on the deal said the borrower achieved what it had set out to do, writes Virginia Furness.
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