Subsea 7 buys back more bonds

Offshore company, Subsea 7 has added an extra $19.4 million to its total of bonds bought back
Subsea 7 buys back more bonds

Oslo-listed offshore company, Subsea 7 has put more money into buying back its bonds.

Subsea 7 announced that it had made market purchases on Thursday to secure part of its $700 million convertible five-year issue, which is due in 2017.

The company, which holds 2.8 percent of the issue itself, interest on the bonds is one percent.

Back in September, Subsea 7 put $79.1 million into buying back its 3.5 percent 2014 series of convertible bonds. The completion of the deal saw the company owning 28.8 percent of the notes.  


by Laura Stackhouse Editor

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