In the midst of a rocky, volatile capital markets environment, CVS Corp. found success with it's recent $75 million lease-backed private placement offering. In fact, the company tacked on an additional $15 million - raising the stakes to a $90 million final tally.

The transaction, agented by J.P. Morgan, was snatched off the shelves by about five institutional investors last week. The lease-backed notes have a 22-year final maturity and a 15-year average life.

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