Latvia looks for flexibility with new GMTN programme

The Republic of Latvia is set to take a more sophisticated approach to the capital markets after launching a new global medium term note programme.

  • By Craig McGlashan
  • 17 Jun 2013

The documentation — which has no size limit — will be used to print public benchmark bonds and private placements, the Latvian treasury announced on June 12.

“The GMTN programme conforms to Latvia`s borrowing principle — ensuring flexibility to take advantage of favourable market conditions,” said the treasury ...

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