Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, hit the market with a $5 billion four-part offering that included $1 billion of 3-year, $1.25 billion of 5-year, $1.75 billion of 10-year and $1.0 billion of 30-year senior notes.
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Loop Capital Serves as Co-Manager on Everglades Re's $250 million Class A Principal-at-Risk Variable Rate Notes
Everglades Re, a licensed special purpose insurer, followed up on its inaugural hurricane catastrophe bond offering last year, a $750 million 2-year offering – the largest single tranche CAT bond ever done − by issuing another $250 million of CAT bonds to further enhance and reinsure its surplus.
PepsiCo Inc. hit the market with a three-part offering that included $625 million each 3-year fixed and floating rate notes and $1.25 billion of 10-year fixed-rate notes.
Pfizer's former animal health subsidiary, Zoetis, raised $2.6 billion in its initial public offering on January 31, 2013, becoming the largest IPO by a U.S. company since Facebook in May 2012, and the largest carve-out to list on a U.S. exchange in over five years.
On January 25, 2013, Verizon Wireless announced that it had signed agreements to complete a number of spectrum license transactions, including sales of licenses to AT&T and Grain Management, a Sarasota, Florida-based private equity firm that invests in the telecommunications sector.
Loop Capital Markets was a co-manager in five of the six tranches of AbbVie’s $14.7 billion offering. To fund the leveraged recapitalization of the spinoff of AbbVie from Abbott Labs, AbbVie launched a widely anticipated jumbo, multi-tranche offering on November 5, 2012.