International corporate debt issuance: prospects and performance

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An uncertain and volatile market environment throughout 2018 has created an unpredictable backdrop for corporates looking to access the international bond market. What have been the principal take-aways from corporates raising capital this year? What challenges lie ahead?
 
Joining Keith Mullin, thought-leader and founder of KM Capital Markets, for an in-depth Webinar discussion around this key market topic will be Demetrio Salorio, Global Head of Debt Capital Markets at Societe Generale CIB, and Matthew Toole, Director - Deals Intelligence, Thomson Reuters.
 
This discussion will start with the macro backdrop and lay out some of the key themes – ECB tapering, trade tensions, Brexit, monetary policy and the rate scenario – driving sentiment and activity across the European debt market. How will these play out into the remainder of the year and into 2019?
 
What discernible corporate borrowing trends have emerged in recent months? How should corporate new-issue spreads and performance be characterised? How is issuance breaking down by use-of-proceeds, rating class, deal type and borrower provenance? What noteworthy sub-themes have been apparent in the European corporate debt segment?

Attend this webinar for expert answers on these questions and more. We look forward to you joining us.

Event information:

Date Thursday 6th September 2018  *The live webinar has passed - (Recording now available)* 

Time 16:00 - 17:00 BST

Speakers Keith Mullin, Founder, KM Capital Markets, Matthew Toole, Director - Deals Intelligence, Thomson Reuters, Demetrio Salorio, Global Head of Debt Capital Markets at Societe Generale CIB

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