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“Banco Espirito Santo SA already has raised 2 billion Brazilian reais $1.12 billion from the sale of its prized 4.1% stake in Brazil's Banco Bradesco SA, and is looking to issue up to €3.5 billion in government-backed guaranteed bonds and raise up to €790.9 million in a debt-equity swap to improve capital levels.”
“The Rs5,776 crore project was being set up with a debt-equity ratio of 3:1.”
“So, in the immediate terms we will focus on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and then we will build that out to debt-equity raising, eventually, about 18 months forward we will start looking to the research and broking side.”
“How should the mortgage insurance company compensate the lender for the latter's debt-equity swap?”
“Hybrid debt-equity securities—already used by the likes of Tata Power and China Resources Power—could also play a bigger part as they offer longer-dated financing while matching investors' appetite for higher yields.”
“While this will benefit Ispat and cut its interest rate costs below the present 10%, JSW Steel's debt-equity ratio will increase to 0.93 from 0.8.”
“A report last month from IHS Global Insight noted that Spanish banks had "probably understated their exposure to the housing crash by using debt-for-asset property and land and debt-equity swaps to suppress their nonperforming loans ratio, when Spain enjoyed a period of low/negative real interest rates in 2002-06".”
“Second, it is a debt-equity ratio, NOT a debt to total capital ratio.”
“The 15X debt-equity ratio maximum therefore seems important for two reasons.”
“I agree a nice simple debt-equity ratio is an excellent failsafe.”
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