On 23 February 2012, the London Stock Exchange marked the second anniversary of the launch of its Order book for Retail Bonds (ORB). Over the last year ORB has raised over £1.2 billion through 11 dedicated new issues and four taps of existing bonds, including a record £282.5 million raised by a single National Grid bond. Other notable issues have included Places for People, one of the UK's largest housing associations, and Tesco Bank raising annual totals of £180 million and £185 million respectively.
Sam Gyimah, MP for East Surrey provided the keynote speech followed by 3 panel sessions discussing the investor, trader and issuer perspectives of the market.
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Order book for Retail Bonds Second Year
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Keynote Speech - ORB and the Private Sector Recovery
Sam Gyimah MP, Member of Parliament for East Surrey
Panel Discussion – the Investors’ Perspective
Moderated by Mark Glowery, Director, Stockcube Research
Panel Discussion – the Traders’ Perspective
Moderated by Jonathan Eley, Editor, Investors Chronicle
Panel Discussion – the Issuers’ Perspective
Moderated by Morton Llewellyn, Director Corporate DCM, Collins Stewart
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