January 25, 2019 |
CAF said it has set a new benchmark for euro-denominated notes, issuing €750m ($849m) in five-year bonds on Wednesday.
Barclays, BNP Paribas and JPMorgan priced the notes with a coupon of 0.625% after taking €830m in orders, LatinFinance has heard.
The buyers included central banks, investment funds and commercial banks from Europe, Asia and the United States, CAF said in a statement.
CAF sold $4.9bn in bonds last year, up 29% on the $3.8bn in 2017, with two benchmark deals in euros and one in
Latin American development bank sells €750m in five-year notes in its bond market return