Tanner to lead busy week of Lat Am credit supply

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By Oliver West
13 Jul 2020

The run of new bond issues from Latin America credits looks set to extend this week after the slew of corporates from the region to tap the market last week mostly emerged with a combination of slim new issue concessions and positive aftermarket performance.

Chilean non-bank lender Tanner, which held investor calls last week as it plans a $300m five-year deal, is the only borrower from the region remaining in the visible pipeline after five corporates and one sovereign, El Salvador, priced bonds last week. But bankers say far more supply is ...

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