Chile goes green as Andean sovs get busy

Chile’s head of international finance told GlobalCapital that issuing a green bond had helped the sovereign attract new investors used to buying lower yielding paper, making the deal a win-win for both borrower and buy side. It is planning to bring its next green deal in euros.

  • By Oliver West
  • 20 Jun 2019
Encouraged by plunging US Treasury yields, Chile hit bond markets on Monday with a $1.418bn deal due in 2050. Books peaked at $6.6bn before slipping to $4.4bn as the government tightened pricing by 25bp from initial price thoughts to a spread of 95bp over Treasuries, giving a final ...

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