Enhancing financial flexibility using contingent capital

Sponsor's statement

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As many senior finance managers and chief risk officers have discovered in the post September 11th world, traditional insurance is often either uneconomical or unavailable. At the same time, pricing on bank lines is escalating, conditions to draw are tightening and capacity is shrinking. Fear is overwhelming greed in the capital markets, propelling investors to highly rated, abundantly liquid issuers. Equity markets are mercurial and expensive.

Companies seeking optimal capital deployment to

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