Hynix surprises market with high coupon CB
The 4.5% coupon allows the memory-chip maker to achieve a premium above 40%, but the strong demand suggests investors think it is good value.
Korean memory-chip maker Hynix Semiconductor has secured $583.4 million from a convertible bond that raised a few eyebrows because of its high annual coupon.
The bond, which was launched and completed after the market closed yesterday, is also noteworthy because of the inclusion of no less than six joint bookrunners, of which only Credit Suisse and Woori Investment Securities were retained from the companyÆs previous CB issue last year. This time they were joined by Goldman Sachs, Korea Development Bank,...
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