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Bank of Tokyo
Bruner, Robert F.; Schill, Michael J. Case F-1018 / Published December 14, 1992 / 20 pages.
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In October 1990, the president of this bank (the 9th largest in Japan and 15th largest in the world) must design a financing plan with which to bring the bank into compliance with the new worldwide Bank for International Settlements' (BIS) capital-adequacy standards. The alternatives include (1) slowing the growth of the bank, (2) issuing equity, and (3) issuing convertible subordinated debentures. The tasks of the student are to compare and contrast the equity and convertibles tactics and to recommend a possible price or coupon rate for the convertible issue.


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    In October 1990, the president of this bank (the 9th largest in Japan and 15th largest in the world) must design a financing plan with which to bring the bank into compliance with the new worldwide Bank for International Settlements' (BIS) capital-adequacy standards. The alternatives include (1) slowing the growth of the bank, (2) issuing equity, and (3) issuing convertible subordinated debentures. The tasks of the student are to compare and contrast the equity and convertibles tactics and to recommend a possible price or coupon rate for the convertible issue.

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