Oakberry vows to tap markets after CRA debut

Oakberry vows to tap markets after CRA debut

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Brazilian açaí fruit company Oakberry is looking forward to more capital markets transactions after issuing BRL50 million ($9.72 million) in sustainable agribusiness receivables certificates, or CRAs, CFO Gustavo Janer told LatinFinance. "It is only a first step of many in the capital markets," he said. Oakberry, which sells Amazonian açai berry cream in 40 countries, including Brazil, priced the five-year CRAs at the DI interbank lending rate plus 2.3% with a 1.5-year grace period. The transact

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