Fla.'s BankUnited Prices $100M of Notes

Thompson, Laura K.
February 2004
American Banker;2/25/2004, Vol. 169 Issue 37, p20
Trade Publication
BankUnited Financial Corp. of Coral Gables, Florida, said late Monday it has priced $100 million of senior notes it plans to sell to qualified institutional buyers. The notes, which would expire in 2034, would be converted into common stock at $38.06 a share.


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