April 16, 2021 |
Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte, which goes by the initials OMA, raised MXN3.5 billion ($176 million) in a two-part sale of green bonds in the local market, split between MXN1 billion in five-year notes and MXN2.5 billion in seven-year notes.
OMA priced the new 2026 notes at the 28-day TIIE interbank lending rate plus 75 basis points and the 2028s at a fixed rate of 7.83%, it said in a securities filing on Wednesday. Citi, HSBC and Santander were the placement agent
Mexican airport operator raises $176 mln to pay off debt and install solar panels