Olam launches $150 million CB buy-back tender

The tender, which will permit investors to offload the poorly trading bonds and allow the company to make a profit, follows a similar offer by Korea's KCC.

Olam International, a global integrated supply chain manager of agricultural products and food ingredients, yesterday launched a tender to buy back up to $150 million of the $300 million five-year convertible bonds that it issued in early June. The bonds have traded poorly in the secondary market from day one as the sale came right when sentiment for commodities started to turn sour, resulting in significant selling pressure on OlamÆs share price.

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