Ceske Drahy ends three year bond market absence

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By Lewis McLellan
16 May 2019

Ceske Drahy, the Czech national railway company, hit screens on Thursday announcing a euro benchmark, returning to the bond market for the first time in three years.

The borrower, which is rated Baa2 by Moody’s, selected Citi and Erste Group as global co-ordinators. ING shares the ticket as a joint bookrunner. The deal is a seven year Reg S euro benchmark. The proceeds will go in part to refinancing a €300m July ...

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