Thomson Reuters Completes US$1.75 Billion and $1.2 Billion Note Offerings

In June 2008, Thomson Reuters completed a US$1.75 billion offering of notes in the United States and a $1.2 billion offering of notes in Canada. The notes were issued by Thomson Reuters Corporation and were unconditionally guaranteed by Thomson Reuters PLC. The US offering included US$750 million of 5.95 per cent notes due 2013 and US$1 billion of 6.50 per cent notes due 2018. The joint book-running managers were Barclays Capital Inc., Greenwich Capital Markets, Inc., J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. and Morgan Stanley & Co. The Canadian offering included $600 million of 5.25 per cent notes due 2011 and $600 million of 5.70 per cent notes due 2015. The joint book-running managers were TD Securities Inc. and BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc.

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Thomson Reuters was represented by Torys LLP with a team that included Michael Siltala, Cornell Wright, Sue-Anne Fox, Jennifer Lennon and Simone Cleworth in Canada, and Andrew Beck, Jonathan Anderson and Mark Irving in the United States.

Thomson Reuters was represented in-house by vice president and associate general counsel Marc Gold, and Mako Sasaki, counsel, corporate and securities.

The underwriters in the United States were represented by Shearman & Sterling LLP with a team that included Lisa Jacobs, Christopher Cummings, Satoko Kato, Dave Rao and Adam Lewinberg.

The dealers in the Canadian offering were represented by McCarthy Tétrault LLP with a team that included David Woollcombe, Andrew Parker and Aimee Colyer.

The joint book-running managers were Barclays Capital Inc., Greenwich Capital Markets, Inc., J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. and Morgan Stanley & Co. The Canadian offering included $600 million of 5.25 per cent notes due 2011 and $600 million of 5.70 per cent notes due 2015. The joint book-running managers were TD Securities Inc. and BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc.