February 14, 2022 |
Mexico plans to price a three- or four-part bond sale in the Japanese market this year, but it may not be a benchmark-sized issue, a government source told LatinFinance on Friday.
"We haven't thought about the size of the offering yet, but since we've already covered our financing needs, this issue will be small and will serve for developing our presence in the Samurai market," the source said.
On February 9, Deputy Finance Minister Gabriel Yorio said in a podcast with Banorte that Mexico plans
Sovereign issuer wants to reestablish its presence in the Japanese market but may not go for a benchmark-sized sale, source says