Vietnam on roadshow for first dollar bond in three years

Vietnam moved a step closer to issuing a bond this week by launching a non-deal international roadshow on April 15 with Deutsche Bank, HSBC and Standard Chartered. It begins in Singapore on Monday, before travelling to London and to three locations in the US, according to a dealer at one of the banks.

  • 15 Apr 2013

Bankers away from the deal said a bond issue is likely considering the number of banks on the roadshow.

“A deal would be included in the indices so people will buy it. There’s no issue with Vietnam doing the bond — it’s just a matter of what sort of ...

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