Finnvera decides on dollars for debut deal

Finnvera, the Finnish agency which this week mandated banks for its debut international bond, is looking to raise debt in the belly of the yield curve — four years and longer — as it embarks on a fundraising programme in the global debt markets.

  • 26 Oct 2012

The issuer opted to prepare a dollar deal as its first in the international capital markets, partly to reach a broad range of investors and partly to achieve attractive funding when it swaps the proceeds back to euro.

The issuer plans to raise €1bn-€1.5bn annually through a €3bn Euro-medium ...

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