June 8, 2021 |
Mexico plans to issue €750 million ($914 million) in bonds tied to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from the United Nations (UN) following a similar deal in September last year, Deputy Finance Minister Gabriel Yorio told LatinFinance on Monday.
The ministry has not settled on the terms of Mexico's second euro-denominated sustainable bonds, but the next issue will likely have a longer maturity than the seven-year notes that the country sold in 2020, Yorio said.
The sovereign issuer plans
Sovereign issuer expects to follow last year's €750 mln deal with the same amount at a longer maturity, deputy finance minister says