Market emerges from bank holiday torpor

03 May 2011

Emerging market bond issuers have been quick off the mark after the UK’s run of public holidays. Turkey’s Finansbank has mandated Citi, Deutsche Bank, HSBC and Standard Chartered Bank to arrange meetings with investors this week for a $750m five to seven year bond, and South African First Rand Bank has also announced a European roadshow for next week.

Senegal is edging closer to pricing its bond exchange and new deal, finishing its investor meetings in London on Wednesday, and looking to price a new dollar 10 year. Standard Bank and Standard Chartered Bank are arranging the transaction.
Emerging market loans are also coming out of the holiday ...

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