Compartamos arranges NCD sale in Peru

Compartamos arranges NCD sale in Peru

Debt Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Debenture Fixed Income Mexico Peru Capital Markets

Compartamos Financiera, the Peruvian subsidiary of Mexican microfinance lender Compartamos Banco, plans to sell up to PEN100 million ($25 million) worth of negotiable certificates of deposit (NCDs) in the local market, it said in a prospectus on Thursday. Compartamos Financiera expects to price the one-year certificates on November 24 with BBVA as the structuring agent.  The NCDs are part of a debt program that Compartamos announced in October last year, looking to issue up to PEN400 million in

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