Hopes Run High for Local Chilean Bond Surge

Dec 12, 2011

More international borrowers, as well as Chilean names with a foreign presence, are set to tap the country’s bond markets in 2012, a year that could see a surge in new issuance volumes if access to loan funding shrinks. The recent UF2m ($87m) 5-year bond sale from the Chilean unit of Dutch financial institution Rabobank is just one sign that foreigners are once again looking at the country’s domestic market, says Gonzalo Ferrer, managing director of DCM...

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