Neiman Marcus, the Dallas-based department store chain, became the talk of the US high-yield market with its $1.2 billion two-part 10-year deal issued on September 28. The retailer sold $700 million of senior unsecured notes and $500 million of senior subordinated notes as part of the fi nancing for a $5.1 billion leveraged buyout
of the company by private equity fi rms Texas Pacific Group (TPG) and Warburg Pincus.
One week after the deal was issued and fi ve months after they entered into ini
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