IDA to add bills to funding mix, non-core currency benchmark or MTNs up next

The International Development Association is preparing a short-term borrowing programme that the issuer told GlobalCapital will be similar in form to the commercial paper offerings of its peers the European Investment Bank and KfW. A second benchmark — likely to be in sterling or a niche currency — or a debut private medium-term note could follow, the borrower added.

  • By Craig McGlashan
  • 12 Feb 2019

Citiis arranging the IDA bills programme, the documents for which are being finalised in the coming weeks. IDA has selected the bank, along with Bank of America Merrill LynchBarclaysand NatWest Markets, as potential dealers.

IDA — the part of the World Bank that lends to the ...

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