April 26, 2021 |
Spanish construction company Sacyr said Friday that it sold COP760 billion ($209 million) worth of 2045 inflation-linked global bonds to finance the Puerta de Hierro toll road concession in Colombia.
Montes de María, the concessionaire owned by Sacyr, priced the 24-year notes at 100.001 to yield 4.1% after opening the initial price talk in the 4.375% area and setting guidance at 4.2%, plus or minus 10 basis points, according to a source involved in the deal.
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Spanish construction company gets a guarantee from DFC for $209 mln in inflation-linked notes for the Puerta de Hierro highway