December 11, 2020 |
Chilean food producer Agrosuper has filed for regulatory approval to sell UF20 million ($792 million) in 10- and 30-year bonds in the local market, becoming the latest company to try to take advantage of low interest rates.
The company plans to raise equal amounts in both series, according to documents filed with the securities regulator CMF. The notes will be sold in unidades de fomento, or UFs, a unit of account adjusted for inflation.
Agrosuper said it plans to use the proceeds for general co
Chilean food producer seeks regulatory approval to issue $792 mln in inflation-linked notes