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ORB listed bonds

The London Stock Exchange set up the ORB (Order book for Retail Bonds) in 2010 with the aim of giving access to investing in corporate bonds to a much wider audience, particularly retail investors.

The ORB is generally suitable for credit worthy businesses with a simple business model, strong governance, a positive trading history and who require £25-£100 million or more of medium-term funding per year.

Why ORB listed bonds could be the right option for you:

Wide range of maturities

Wide range of maturities

typically 4 to 12 years

Flexibility on size

Flexibility on size

£25 million to £150 million

Light covenants

Light covenants

simple to manage

Key financial partner

Key financial partner

build relationships with major institutional investors

Ongoing demand

Ongoing demand

incorporate into an annual/bi-annual borrowing programme

Who we’ve helped

£110 million
2020
£78.1 million
2019
£15 million
2019

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