September 18, 2019 |
Some corporate issuers in Mexico are pairing international dollar bonds with local peso-denominated notes to take advantage of buoyant investor demand, LatinFinance has heard.
Minera México, a mining subsidiary of Southern Copper, is expected to print a cross-border bond after wrapping up meetings last week, led by Bank of America, Citi, HSBC, Santander and UBS, said a banker working on the deal.
But Southern Copper's parent company, Grupo México, has scheduled a local bond sale for its railroad
Grupo México and Crédito Real plan to raise debt in pesos and foreign currencies at roughly the same time