IFFIm opens 2010 with R2.5bn Uridash via Daiwa

The International Finance Facility for Immunisation Co (IFFIm), which raises funds for health and immunisation programmes around the world, issued its first vaccine bond of 2010 on Tuesday — a R2.5bn three year Uridashi via Daiwa Securities Group with a 7.15% coupon.

  • 05 Mar 2010
The deal marks Dawia’s third placement of vaccine bonds, following deals in March 2008 and February 2009. In February last year, the borrower broke its own record for issuing the largest rand Uridashi when it raised $429m equivalent through a deal comprising a R3.17bn tranche, a NZ$179m ($91m) ...

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