Tinkoff to tinker in Eurobonds as loan growth soars

By Francesca Young
20 Aug 2019

Tinkoff Bank, a Russian online bank, may return to the Eurobond market as early as this year as the prices on offer for their international bonds look attractive, even after the latest set of US sanctions on Russia, according to Larisa Chernysheva, head of investor relations at Tinkoff.

“We’ve been accessing the domestic market and have raised Rb10bn ($150m) in that market already this year,” she said. “It’s not a problem for us to get more in that market, but internationally we see a real window to print a Eurobond with interest rates that look quite ...

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