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Gerry Harvey Scoops Up $3.7 Million Macquarie Notes

Gerry Harvey has reportedly scooped up $3.7 million of Macquarie notes, following the bank’s $1 billion hybrid raising this morning – a move labelled ‘unusual’ by some commentators.

As per The Australiandocuments reveal $4 million worth of securities were also picked up by a private investment vehicle linked to the estate of Harvey Norman Co-Founder [the late] Ian Harvey.

Raising $1 billion in capital for the bank, the Macquarie Capital Notes 3 offer closed today.

The notes had an issue price of $100 each and commence trading tomorrow. They follow the redemption of $600 million worth of Macquarie Capital Notes.

Considered a sought-after listing, the hybrid notes comprise equity and debt features, and typically pay a set distribution rate.

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