Lat Am gets sign of life but seeks sovereign starter

Colombian company TermoCandelaria Power Limited (TPL) finally injected some intention to the Latin American primary bond market with a roadshow announcement, but bankers continue seeking a candidate to be the first to raise funding.

  • By Oliver West
  • 10 Jan 2019
TPL will begin investor meetings on Friday and has planned an extensive roadshow through to January 18. With a BB+/BB+ rating and no outstanding bonds, the company will be hoping that one of the region’s more established issuers will have reopened the market for new Lat Am issues ...

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