MTS reprices curve, wins praise from rivals despite rouble delay

Russian telecoms company Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) repriced its curve on Wednesday, printing a $500m 10 year note well inside its outstanding paper and winning praise from syndicate officials away from the deal despite having to pull a rouble tranche at the same time. The deal marked the company’s first trip to the Eurobond market since June 2010.

  • 24 May 2013
Gazprombank, JP Morgan and Royal Bank of Scotland arranged the dollar deal and also held the mandate for the rouble tranche. The latter is not expected to return immediately as the deal’s 144A documents are set to expire soon. Price guidance for that tranche had been released at ...

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