October 20, 2022 |
Chile is planning to make a return to the international bond market with the sale of sustainable notes in pesos, sources involved in the deal told LatinFinance on Wednesday.
"Investors pay the Chilean government in US dollars, but the bonds are denominated in pesos, which means that they trade like a peso bond," one source familiar with the deal said.
Chile is looking to price a benchmark-sized deal with a maturity of either seven or 12 years at a coupon of 7% and plans to use the proceeds to fu
South American sovereign issuer hires Goldman Sachs, Itaú BBA, Santander and Scotiabank to arrange a benchmark-sized deal, sources say