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Bank Plants Chilean Flag in Japan

Jun 11, 2013

Banco del Estado de Chile has become the first Chilean bond issuer in Japanese yen, raising JPY24bn ($253m) in a Euroyen transaction. The 2018 bond priced at par with a 0.837% coupon, to yield mid-swaps plus 35bp, in line with 30bp-40bp guidance. The price comes inside the bank's USD curve, helped by what people following the deal describe as a very favorable swap environment for LatAm...

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