Featured Image For Israel’s First Internationally-Issued CoCo Notes

Chapman served as US counsel to the indenture trustee in the first international issuance of contingent convertible (CoCo) notes by an Israeli bank. The transaction involved a US$750 million (NIS 2.6 billion) issue of CoCo deferred notes, the proceeds of which will be used to refinance existing deferred debt and manage exposure to foreign currency.

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