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Sky City issues bonds

Sky City entertainment grow is to sell $125 million of seven-year bonds, paying 4.65% a year.

Wednesday, September 2nd, 4:53PM

It completed a bookbuild for the offer of unsubordinated, unsecured bonds today.

The offer was oversubscribed by $25 million.

The proceeds will go to repaying bank debt and capital management.

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General Finance experiencing good growth

Thursday, July 2nd, 2:56PM

General Finance is seeing growth in its business as investors chase good yields.

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GFNZ returns to profit

Monday, June 15th, 9:27PM

GFNZ, formerly known as Geneva Finance, has returned to profitability.

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Warehouse plans bonds offer

Monday, May 4th, 3:10PM

The Warehouse Group today announced it is considering making an offer of new five year unsecured, unsubordinated, fixed rate bonds to refinance its $100 million senior bond maturing on June 15 for general corporate purposes.

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FMA warns on bank notes

Friday, April 24th, 6:00AM

Consumers are being warned to make sure they know what they’re doing if they invest in bank capital notes.

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Notes offer confirmed

Tuesday, April 21st, 11:03AM

Kiwi Capital Funding is to offer $150 million of perpetual capital notes to the public. 

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AMP pulls back from bonds

Monday, April 20th, 2:08PM

Cash is now providing a better insurance option for investment portfolios than bonds, says AMP Capital’s head of investment strategy.

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Kiwibank considering perpetual capital notes offer

Sunday, April 12th, 6:36PM

Kiwibank's sister company Kiwi Capital Funding Limited is considering making an offer of up to $150 million of perpetual capital notes to the New Zealand public.

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