Paladin raises $325 million from upsized CB

The uranium miner completes the first international convertible from Australia this year on the day it wins a bid for the right to develop deposits in the Northern Territory.

Uranium producer Paladin Energy has raised $325 million from the first internationally marketed convertible bond by an Australian company this year. The deal, which was launched and completed after the Australian market closed yesterday, came after the company announced strong six-month earnings and coincided with an announcement that the 50-50 joint venture between Paladin and Cameco Australia had been awarded the development rights for the Angela and Pamela uranium deposits in the Northern Territory.

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