Air NZ considers $75 mln bond offer

Sophie Boot
Fri, 30 Sep 2016

By Sophie Boot Sept. 30 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand is considering a $75 million retail bond offer next month to partially repay the upcoming maturity of an existing note.  Full details of the offer will be released prior to the week beginning Oct. 10, when the offer is expected to open, Air New Zealand said in a statement. The bonds would be unsecured and unsubordinated.  The airline has appointed Bank of New Zealand and Deutsche Craigs as joint lead managers, and Craigs Investment Partners as the organising participant. Investor...

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