After a lengthy fast, investors are once again hungry for subordinated debt.

There has been a surge in the issuance of subordinated debt in the last year, the first serious activity in the market since it ground to a halt during the financial crisis. Low yields across the fixed-income spectrum have caused investors to reconsider sub debt, which is riskier than senior debt but usually offers a higher return.

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