September 15, 2022 |
Three banks in Chile have sold debt on the local market, taking advantage of an increase in investor appetite after voters rejected a rewrite of the country's constitution, according to securities filings.
Banco Bci placed CLP15 billion ($16.5 million) in bonds that mature in December 2025 at average rate of 8.15%, it said in a filing.
It was the bank's third placement in a week, after having issued CLP17 billion and CLP11 billion in two sales last week.
The local subsidiary of Canadian lender S
Bci, Scotiabank and Banco Internacional take advantage of increasing investor appetite for debt