No EM shutdown yet as mandates appear in tenge, yen and dollars

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By Francesca Young
30 Nov 2017

There was no sign of a post-Thanksgiving shutdown in the CEEMEA market yet as mandates continued to roll in for a variety of issuers.

The Development Bank of Kazakhstan (DBK) has mandated three banks for the first ever tenge senior unsecured Eurobond from the country.

The 100% state-owned institution has mandated Citi, Halyk Finance and JP Morgan as joint bookrunners. Meetings with fixed income investors start on December 4 in ...

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