IFC prepares first Philippines peso bond since Asian crisis

  • 17 Aug 2007

The International Finance Corp, the private sector arm of the World Bank, has mandated Standard Chartered to arrange its first Philippine peso bond since the Asian financial crisis.

The IFC is working on a Ps5bn ($108m) deal with a maturity of between three and seven years and has ...

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