April 16, 2020
Two Brazilian issuers – power transmission company Taesa and medical services firm DASA – raised debt in the local bond market this week, according to the capital markets association Anbima.
Taesa earned BRL450 million ($85.6 million) from the sale of debentures in a deal arranged by the local branch of Santander, pricing the two-year notes at the DI interbank lending rate plus 2.85%, according to Anbima.
According to an announcement on March 25, construction has not stopped on Taesa's new trans
Brazilian power company raises $86 mln in debt, while the medical services firm places $69 mln in new notes