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  • Post-results Scandie credit pipeline builds

    Post-results Scandie credit pipeline builds

    A handful of borrowers are circling the Nordic markets with an eye to printing after the end of first quarter results. But the looming blackouts have not deterred every type of credit from tapping the market as a range of corporate, covered bond and financial issuers placed paper this week.

  • PP investors weigh up governance as UK schools face crisis

    PP investors weigh up governance as UK schools face crisis

    Institutional investors are weighing up governance at elite UK private schools after a series of serious sexual assault allegations emerged from the sector. As certain private schools look for new deals to add to the £500m they have already raised, investors are focusing on how schools have handled the ensuing crisis.

  • Surrey Univ follows King’s into US PPs

    Surrey Univ follows King’s into US PPs

    The University of Surrey has issued a US private placement, according to market sources, less than a month after King’s College, London returned to the market. Institutional investors are regaining confidence in the UK’s higher education sector, after a year in which revenues shrank and student intake became uncertain.

  • Deutsche Telekom dials down under

    Deutsche Telekom dials down under

    Deutsche Telekom dialled in to the Aussie dollar market after an almost two year absence this week, extending its curve to 2041.

  • Hardware store Obi launches Schuldschein

    Hardware store Obi launches Schuldschein

    Obi, the German DIY store, has launched a Schuldschen across three, five and seven years, according to market sources. The spread differential between three and five years is steeper-than-usual, to coax investors further along the maturity curve.

  • Danish Agro closes Schuldschein

    Danish Agro closes Schuldschein

    The Danish cooperative farming company has sold €125m of Schuldschein, the largest placement in its three visits to the market.

  • Alternative credit is here for the yield

    Alternative credit is here for the yield

    Institutional private credit is emerging as a competitive substitute for bank lending in Europe, but companies need to remember that alternative lenders define what they are looking for more narrowly than banks.

  • VP heads back to KKR’s credit biz

    Vaibhav Piplapure, widely known as VP, has signed on for a second stint in KKR’s credit business, returning to the firm as a London-based managing director sourcing asset-based finance and speciality lending opportunities.

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