Alpek bond refi could continue Mexico run

Alpek, the petrochemicals business of Mexican conglomerate Grupo Alfa, could become the next company from the country to make the most of attractive market conditions as it looks to the bond market to refinance short-term bank debt maturities.

  • By Oliver West
  • 05 Sep 2019
Baa3/BBB-/BBB- rated Alpek, which has not visited bond markets since 2013, will begin meeting investors on Friday as it looks to sell $500m of Reg S/144A 10 year senior unsecured notes that Standard & Poor’s said would extend the average term of its debt from 2.7 years to ...

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