Colombia Group Taps Water Bonds

Dec 16, 2009

Colombia’s Grupo Financiero de Infraestructura (GFI) has issued COP125bn-equivalent ($62.4m) in UVR-denominated domestic bonds supporting water projects in various small municipalities. The issuer returns with the so-called “Bonos Agua” five months after an initial attempt to place them failed because of lack...

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