Credit Suisse Will Offer $200M Structured CO2 Deal

Law360, New York (October 23, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Credit Suisse Group AG has reportedly said it will offer a $200 million structured carbon emissions deal in November, an announcement that suggests continued growth in the world's carbon market despite turbulence in the financial sector.

Paul Ezekiel, head of the Swiss bank's global carbon trading business, told a conference on carbon trading held in London that the deal is the largest structured carbon transaction ever done from a volume perspective, Reuters reported Wednesday.

A spokesman for Credit Suisse declined to provide further comment on the...
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