- The use of high-yield bonds to fund
non-controlling buy-outs is tipped to be a key development
for the M&A market in 2014;
- The new structure could be transformative for
buy-outs of family-controlled companies in
- Cov-lite terms from European banks and an
increasing desire to structure funds in euro are also tipped
to be upcoming trends.
The use of high-yield bonds to fund non-controlling buyouts
is tipped to be a key development for the M&A market in
2014. The structure could be transformative for deals in
money continues to surge into the high-yield market,
fuelled by the clamour from investors for higher risk products,
creative structures are becoming increasingly common.
At a press briefing in London this week,...