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Podcast: TCEH energizes soft primary market

This podcast features commentary from Andrew Berlin, associate editor of primary market coverage, Madalina Iacob, associate editor covering energy and Maria Chutchian, court reporter at Debtwire. 


Texas Competitive Electric Holdings (TCEH), the retail and merchant power unit of bankrupt Energy Future Holdings, has launched syndication of a $4.25bn exit loan facility as the debtors attempt to wrap up a more than two-year stint in bankruptcy. 

We discuss the loan syndication and investor perspectives on lending to the energy giant this time around. The conversation also touches on remaining obstacles in the bankruptcy case, and the general state of the primary market.

This podcast was recorded on July 21, 2016

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