Indonesia hires Mizuho and SMBC for Samurai
The Republic of Indonesia has hired Mizuho and SMBC Nikko to manage its Samurai bond deal, which it wants to close by the end of this year, said bankers. The government decided, after some debate, that it would use a guarantee from Japan Bank of International Cooperation to bolster the bond’s appeal.
The government is considering issuing ¥60bn ($765m) of 10 year Samurai bonds, said bankers in Tokyo, although officials in Indonesias debt management office declined to comment.
The deal will mark the countrys return to the Samurai bond market after a two year absence. The sovereign last issued a Samurai
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