LATAM SUMMIT: Mexico looks east to Samurai bonds, ramps up for ESG funds

LATAM SUMMIT: Mexico looks east to Samurai bonds, ramps up for ESG funds

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Mexico intends to sell Samurai bonds in the Japanese market sometime this year as it looks to tap growing investor appetite for sustainability-linked notes, Deputy Finance Minister Gabriel Yorio said at an event hosted by LatinFinance on Thursday. Mexico went on a non-deal roadshow in late December and now it is waiting for the Japanese fiscal year to end in March before it starts monitoring the market for the right time to sell bonds, Yorio said in a one-on-one interview during the Latin Americ

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