April 4, 2017 |
CAF has set its sights on flattening its yield curve, taking advantage of lower spreads to replace the coupons on outstanding bonds, the development bank’s director of financial policies and international bond issues told LatinFinance.
"We are now repricing all of our curves... as our spreads have come down substantially in all markets," Gabriel Felpeto said at the IDB-IIC Annual Meeting in Asuncion, Paraguay.
The Caracas-based lender is likely to target its outstanding dollar and euro-denomina
Latin American development bank plots a dollar benchmark bond in Q2 and considers possible trades in Canada and Australia