Trust-Preferred Issue Shows Capital Markets' Slow Healing

Fajt, Marissa
December 2009
American Banker;12/7/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 217, p1
Trade Publication
The author reports that the market for trust-preferred securities continues to be strained, although an offering from City National Corporation was warmly received. The author mentions that industry observers believe this could be a sign that issuance will pick up, but only the healthiest companies will be able to sell such securities.


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