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Investors are campaigning for private companies to make their financial information more available in a push for greater transparency in Europe’s growing high-yield bond market.

The Association for Financial Markets in Europe sent a list of companies to bond arrangers on behalf of a group of investors in an effort to spur debate about corporate disclosure, said Gary Simmons, director of AFME’s high-yield division. The document names more than 75 borrowers they deem too protective of their data, with the aim of establishing standardized reporting, according to four people familiar with the matter.

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