Product innovations push deal contingents beyond M&A

Banks entice new users with hedges related to IPOs and bankruptcy procedures

Deal-contingent-hedge

Banks are fuelling corporates’ interest in deal contingent hedges by offering interest rate and foreign exchange rate hedges linked to new underlying transactions.

For years, mergers and acquisitions have been the backbone of the deal contingent market. However, Deutsche Bank is now offering interest rate deal contingent hedges to clients emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the US.

“Effectively, if a client successfully emerges from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, their debt stack gets

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