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Reuters reveals Canadian pension fund CPPI to issue first ‘reverse inquiry’ bond on investor demand – Reuters News Agency



Reuters exclusively reported that Canada’s largest pension fund CPP Investments is set to raise C$500 million in its first “reverse inquiry” bond, a debt instrument that is issued in response to investor demand. The bond offer gives Canadian institutional investors a rare opportunity to buy into the pension manager’s debt at an attractive coupon. 


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Topics of Interest: Government


Type: Reuters Best

Sectors: Government & Public Services

Regions: North America

Countries: Canada


Win Types: Exclusivity

Story Types: Exclusive / Scoop

Media Types: Text

Customer Impact: Significant National Story


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