INTERVIEW-Enel says its investors show no unease over Catalonia crisis

MILAN, Oct 5 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest utility, Enel , which controls Spanish energy group Endesa, has had no negative reaction from bond investors as a result of the Catalonia crisis, the group's head of finance said on Thursday.

"We were in New York on Monday on a call with investors ... nobody asked us a single question on the issue," Alessandro Canta told Reuters in an interview.

The regional government of Catalonia is pushing to declare independence after saying Catalans voted overwhelmingly last weekend at a banned referendum to break away from Spain.

Earlier this week Enel issued dollar-denominated bonds worth $3 billion in a deal that drew $10 billion in demand.

Canta said the U.S. bond market was more advantageous than the euro market for longer-term issues.

He said Enel did not need to tap the U.S. market again this year but added it would continue to issue dollar-denominated bonds on a regular basis each year. (Reporting by Giulio Piovaccari and Stephen Jewkes; Editing by Mark Bendeich)