February 24, 2021 |
Peru has hired three investment banks to lead the sale of new euro- and dollar-denominated bonds of intermediate to long maturity, said a source following the deal.
Bank of America, JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley will arrange meetings with investors from Asia, Europe and the United States on Tuesday and Wednesday with an offering to follow, subject to market conditions, the source said.
Peru achieved historically low rates in its last bond sale in the cross-border market in November last year, when
Andean nation could issue new notes in dollars and euros by the end of the week