India's Adani sails in with new 10yr offering

India’s Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone is gauging investor interest this week for a new 10 year bullet, less than a month after its board approved an up to $1.5bn debt-raising.

  • By Morgan Davis
  • 19 Jun 2017

Barclays, Citi and Standard Chartered are the joint global co-ordinators on the proposed 144A/Reg S deal, while MUFG and SBI Capital Markets are the joint bookrunners.

Fixed income meetings, as well as global investor calls, will take place in Asia and Europe beginning Tuesday.

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