novembro 06, 2012

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London Stock Exchange Newsletter
06 November 2012

Exchange highlights

London Stock Exchange Group’s CFO, David Warren, officially opened London trading on Monday 5 November to mark the listing of the Group’s inaugural retail bond (LSE1).

The 9 year sterling denominated 4.75% bonds raised £300 million and is the largest corporate bond to be issued through London Stock Exchange’s Order book for Retail Bonds (ORB) to date. ORB was launched in February 2010 in response to strong private investor demand for greater access to fixed income products. Over £2.7 billion has been raised on the platform since it was founded.
Exchange highlights

On 30 October, London Stock Exchange celebrated the anniversary of JD Wetherspoon's twenty year listing on the Main Market.

Founder and Chairman, Tim Martin, was joined by JD Wetherspoon staff and London Stock Exchange, Head of UK Primary Markets, Marcus Stuttard. Over 30 representatives from the company, including staff that have been with JD Wetherspoon since they became a public company, marked the occasion by opening London trading.
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On 1 November, London Stock Exchange welcomed Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Minister of Finance of Nigeria as the keynote speaker at its annual African Investment Summit.
Dr. Okonjo-Iweala celebrated the launch of the Summit by opening London trading. She was joined by senior executives from some of Africa’s leading businesses.
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