Peru, Chile set for rare bond appearance as Colombia prefunds

By Oliver West
23 Oct 2014

Bankers are expecting scarcity value to drive strong demand as Peru and Chile consider their first international bond market outings since 2012. Both sovereigns will be encouraged by Colombia’s continued record breaking performance in bond markets during their absence, epitomised by Tuesday’s 10 and 30 year tap.

Peru, which became the third Latin American sovereign to gain an A rating earlier this year when Moody’s placed it at A3, has mandated BBVA, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley to manage a roadshow next week.

A3/BBB+/BBB+ rated Peru will be in San Francisco on ...

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