Health system merger expected to spawn $1 billion in issuance

McEntee, Christopher
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/06/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30304, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on bond deals expected from the merger of three Catholic-sponsored health care systems in Catholic Health East (CHE). Merrill Lynch & Co.'s sale of six separate bond issues totaling $913 million; CHE's preliminary commitments from MBIA Insurance Corp. and Ambac Assurance Co.


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