Serbia and Croatia off to meet investors
The Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Serbia have mandated banks for investor meetings. Croatia’s meetings are with a view to placing a deal to add to the $14.9bn-equivalent of CEE sovereign bonds that have already been priced this year from Hungary, the Slovak Republic, Turkey, Romania, Serbia, Poland, Ukraine and Lithuania. Serbia’s meetings, on the other hand, are strictly non-deal related.
Croatia has mandated Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan to arrange the meetings ahead of a potential Reg S/144A deal. The roadshow starts on Monday (18 March).
A bond would mark Croatias first international placement since March 2011. At that time it
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