July 7, 2020 |
The government of El Salvador hired Santander and Scotiabank to hold investor calls on Monday for the sale of dollar-denominated long-term maturity notes, according a source involved in the deal.
Additional information on the deal will be available after Monday's calls, the source said.
Moody's affirmed the sovereign issuer's B3 rating on March 12, changing its outlook on the government to positive from stable. Key factors in the change of outlook included "materially reduced government liquidi
Sovereign issuer plans to sell long-term maturity notes