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Unformatted text preview: The Private-placement Market Include TheRule 144A Private Placements And TheTraditional Private-placement Market (which Include non-144A Securities). Thus, Any Changes In The Differences And Similarities Between ThePrivate-placement And The Publicly Offered Sca Market largely concern the Rule 144A private placement. While there are now more similarities, Significant differences still exist today between the Rule 144A privately closed issues and publicly The similarities and differences are described below. Rule 144A private placements are now underwritten by investment bankers on a firm commitment Basis, Just As With Publicly Issued Bonds. The Features In These Issues Are Similar To Those Of Publicly issued bonds. For example, the restrictions imposed on the borrower are less onerous than For Traditional Private-placement Issues. For Underwritten Issues, The Size Of The Offering Is Comparable to that of publicly offered bonds. However, unlike publicly issued bonds, the issuers of privately set issues tend to be less well In this way, the private-placement market shares a common characteristic with the bank Loan market. Borrowers in the publicly issued bond market are typically large corporations. Issuers Of privately placed bonds tend to be medium-sized corporations. From banks tend to be small corporations. Although the liquidity of privately placed issues has increased since Rule 144A became effective, It is still not comparable to that of publicly offered issues. Yields on privately placed debt issues Are still higher than those on publicly offered bonds. However, one market observer reports that the Premium That Must Be Paid By Borrowers In The Private Placement Market Has Deere As Investment banking firms have committed capital and trading personnel to making markets for Securities issued under Rule 144A.10 ...
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