Mezzanine Debt

AXA sells institutional investors catastrophe bonds worth USD 474 million

AXA sold EUR 350 million or USD 474 million in catastrophe bonds, the largest bond offering of the securities designed to protect insurers from the risk of payouts for extreme storm damage.

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Homebuilder KB Home offers bonds to retire debt

KB Home set to offer bonds as well as notes issued to assist its plan to retire soon to be maturing debt.

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China's ICBC to issue yuan-denominated bond in London - British finance minister

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced via a Twitter post that Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) would be issuing a yuan-denominated bond on the London bourse next month.

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Creditors of Energy Future fight over equity split

Secured lenders at Texas Competitive Electric Holdings and unsecured bondholders at Energy Future Intermediate Holdings (EFIH) were in a deadlock about their confidentiality agreements due to Energy Future Holdings' USD250 bond debt payments due on November 1.

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Citigroup, State Street puts measures in place for potential US government debt default- report

A Wall Street Journal report said that Citigroup and State Street were already preparing for a possible debt default by the US government.

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JPMorgan would issue two year notes for the first time since January 2010

JPMorgan had valued notes at USD0.95 to the dollar, to be offered for the first time since January 2010.

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KKR helps First Data refinance with USD 300 million investment

Private equity firm KKR injected USD 300 million to First Data's balance sheets to help it refinance its debt.

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Air France-KLM position for Alitalia capital increase remain unclear

Air France-KLM, a top shareholder in Italy’s Alitalia, did not make a clear position regarding a proposed capital increase to save the near-bankrupt air carrier.

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New investments keep Alitalia flights on time

Alitalia remains operational because of capital infusion from Il Poste and Italian banks.

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Tokyo Electric receives reprieve from debt through roll overs

Tokyo Electric's debtors allow debt roll over for the stricken power utility firm.

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Near-bankrupt Alitalia gets lifeline from investors

Alitalia, an almost bankrupt Italian firm, had received a lifeline last Friday after the company's board approved a capital increase, reported Reuters.

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Barclays aids Detroit with lifeline financing

The city of Detroit had gotten a USD350 million debtor-in-possession financing from Barclays Plc after filing for bankruptcy last July.

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CIC launches new long-term financing fund

Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) launched a GBP50 million fund to place investments in help the development of ideas of companies and startups, said a TechCruch report.

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Islamic Development Bank planning sukuk programme at Dubai

In choosing Dubai, the Jeddah based Islamic Development Bank is ensuring the success of its first ever sukuk issue in the Middle East.

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Savoy in jeopardy if business does not improve

Iconic five star hotel The Savoy would be in danger of defaulting on its loan obligations should its business revenues do not improve.

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