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Ormat Technologies $307 million follow-on offering
Davis Polk advised the joint book-running managers and representatives of the several underwriters in connection with a $307 million public offering of 4,150,000 shares of common stock by…
Federal Express offering of pass through certificates
Davis Polk advised Federal Express Corporation in connection with a registered offering of $970 million principal amount of 1.875% 2020 Pass Through Certificates. The 2020 Pass Through…
PayPal Holdings $4 billion notes offering
Davis Polk advised the joint book-running managers and representatives of the underwriters in connection with the SEC-registered offering of $1 billion aggregate principal amount of 1.350%…
Alector $150 million at-the-market offering
Davis Polk advised the sales agents in connection with an SEC-registered at-the-market offering by Alector, Inc. of shares of its common stock for up to a maximum offering price of $150…
Suncor Energy $1 billion senior notes offering
Davis Polk advised the joint book-running managers and as representatives of the several underwriters in connection with an SEC-registered debt offering by Suncor Energy Inc. of $1 billion…
Texas Instruments $750 million notes offering
Davis Polk advised Texas Instruments Incorporated on its SEC-registered debt offering of $750 million aggregate principal amount of 1.750% notes due 2030. Texas Instruments designs and…
Valero Energy $1.5 billion senior notes offering
Davis Polk advised the joint book-running managers on an SEC-registered offering by Valero Energy Corporation of $1.5 billion aggregate principal amount of its 2.700% senior notes due 2023…
FedEx $3 billion notes offering
Davis Polk advised FedEx Corporation on its SEC-registered offering of $1 billion principal amount of 3.800% notes due 2025, $750 million principal amount of 4.250% notes due 2030 and $1.25…
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