Management: A common bond
Activity on the private placement market has reached record levels in recent years and this year shows no signs of it faltering, Jim Volkwein and John Robinson explain how law firms can make the market work for them
2002 witnessed a record-breaking number of international borrowers tapping the private placement market. A combination of historically low interest rates, strong investor demand and public market volatility has made the private placement product the product of choice for many borrowers.
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