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High Yield

Our German team is an integral part of our pre-eminent European High Yield practice.

Our High Yield team has been involved in the European high yield market since its inception, leading many of the deals that have shaped and continued to influence the direction of the European high yield market. We combine our High Yield practice with our market-leading practices in banking, leveraged finance and debt capital markets, making us one of the very few law firms that has the ability to cover all aspects of complicated leveraged finance high yield transactions and crossover and emerging markets high yield transactions.

Our combined Bank/Bond team can service all requirements in relation to high yield debt offerings, senior, second-lien, mezzanine and PIK debt, bridge-to-bond financings, bank/bond financings, securitisation take-outs, debt buy-backs and restructurings. 

 

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Frankfurt Skyline

News: 25 SEPTEMBER 2020

Allen & Overy advises syndicate banks on placement of convertible bonds issued by Dürr AG

Allen & Overy has advised a syndicate of banks comprising BNP Paribas, Landesbank Baden-Württemberg and UniCredit Bank AG as joint global coordinators and joint bookrunners on the successful placement…

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shopping bags

News: 22 SEPTEMBER 2020

Shopping centre specialist ECE relies on Allen & Overy for debut bond issue

Allen & Overy has advised ECE Real Estate Partners, the fund management company of Hamburg-based commercial property specialist ECE, on the issuance of an innovative real estate bond.

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Publications: 11 MAY 2020

Covid-19 coronavirus: DAI proposes comprehensive measures to facilitate capital increases in order to overcome the corona crisis

Deutsches Aktieninstitut e.V. (DAI), an association representing German listed companies, recently published a position paper setting out proposals for comprehensive measures to facilitate capital…

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Publications: 07 MAY 2020

German Federal Constitutional Court ./. ECB and ECJ

German court rulings rarely find their way into international newspapers – but this one is different: In times of "corona bond"-discussions and further increased bond acquisition programmes of the…

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