Peruvian miner, Brazilian airline prepay bonds

By Oliver West
27 Feb 2020

As volatility finally hit Latin American primary markets, the only action from the region’s issuers this week came through liability management, with Peruvian miner Nexa and Brazilian airline Gol both prepaying bonds.

Nexa Resources Perú, the mining company previously known as Compañía Minera Milpo, is to buy back more than half of a dollar bond maturing in 2023 after wrapping up a tender offer.

Investors owning some $213.98m of the BB+/BBB- rated Nexa’s 4.625% 2023s, some 62.38% of the principal, agreed ...

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