Debt E-Issuance Gaining

June 2001
Financial Executive;Jun2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p11
Academic Journal
The article discusses debt issuance in corporate electronic commerce. With this type of electronic commerce commercial paper and various other forms of debt are issued online. Greenwich Associates LLC, an international research and consulting form, conducted a study at over 200 debt issuers that was based on 2000 year-end interviews with chief executive officers and treasurers. The issuers represent an estimated $1.9 trillion in outstanding debt online. The study found a correlation between the e-issuance use, the outstanding debt, and the credit rating of a corporation.


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