RioPrevidencia rips tighter to keep Lat Am bankers positive

A more volatile day in markets on Friday didn’t stop Brazilian pension fund RioPrevidencia’s deal trading well on the break as syndicate bankers covering Latin America remain positive on the primary market’s near-term prospects.

  • By Oliver West
  • 16 Apr 2018

Rio de Janeiro state pension fund RioPrevidencia’s oil and gas royalty-backed trade was arguably the riskiest of the four Lat Am deals to have priced on Thursday, but its aftermarket performance left some bankers in a good mood.

“These deals are hard to price and it looked juicy but ...

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