The steadily growing market for floating rate notes is on pace to see its most active year since before the financial downturn, as issuers turn to the product for a better alternative to variable rate demand obligations, and investor demand continues to grow.

Before the financial crisis, FRN issuance topped $25 billion in a year, before dropping to the $2 billion range following 2007.

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