Ghana wows with triple trancher

Ghana became the first Sub-Saharan African sovereign to access the bond market this year on Tuesday, printing tranches of dollar paper on Tuesday and receiving one of the largest order books ever for a bond from the region.

  • By Lewis McLellan
  • 20 Mar 2019
Ghana raised $3bn, split across eight year, 12 year and 32 year tranches. Bank of America, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Standard Bank and Standard Chartered ran the books for the deal, receiving orders in excess of $20bn — which a DCM head at one of ...

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