February 5, 2020
Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP) settled on Tuesday a dollar-denominated bond issue for $300 million in the Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LSE) as part of the bank's $6 billion medium-term notes program, according to a securities filing.
BCP worked with Bank of America on the Euroclearable issue and priced the two-year notes at three-month Libor plus 0.55%, according to the filing.
According to press reports, one the largest insurance companies in Sweden acquired the new notes through a private place
Peruvian lender raises $300 mln from the sale of two-year notes in Luxembourg