SEC Accepts Foster Wheeler's Plan to Exchange Debt for Incinerator Ownership

Cavlin, Elizabeth
August 2004
Bond Buyer;8/6/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31942, p36
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission has allowed Foster Wheeler Ltd. to go ahead with an offer to exchange outstanding debt, including bonds issued for an incinerator in Robbins, Illinois. Minimum participation limits to be meet by bondholders and investors; Categories of bonds included in the offer; Investors interested in the offer.


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