June 25, 2020 |
Argentine lender Banco Supervielle said Wednesday that it plans to sell up to $30 million in dollar-linked bonds in the local market, while real estate developer TGLT said it could soon issue $25 million in bonds of its own.
Supervielle will offer an initial $15 million of the one-year notes at auction on Thursday, increasing the amount based on demand, according to a securities filing. The bullet bonds will pay a 2% fixed rate of interest.
The bank, which is managing the sale itself along with
More deals come as more companies tap peso liquidity to issue dollar-linked notes