July 16, 2021 |
Mexican healthcare company Hospitales Mac said it raised MXN1.5 billion ($75.2 million) in a bond sale in the local market that was two times oversubscribed, according to a securities filing.
The company priced the five-year notes at TIIE interbank lending rate plus 2.1% as part of a MXN3 billion bond program. The bonds are listed on the BIVA exchange in Mexico City under the ticker SALUD21. Actinver was the bookrunner, Hospitales Mac said in the filing on Wednesday.
The company did not respond
Mexican healthcare company prices $75 mln in five-year notes on the BIVA exchange