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  • Proceeds from the two notes will fund long-term loans to Ukraine and Moldova
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    Trans-Oil Group, a Moldovan agriculture company, is planning to roll over its one year pre-export finance (PXF) facility this summer, having recently sold its lowest coupon bond. The issuer has had, on occasion, far from a smooth ride in capital markets, including a failed attempt at a bond debut in 2018.
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    Trans-Oil Group, a Moldova agriculture company, was in the market on Wednesday for a dollar bond. The issuer has a rocky history in debt markets, following a failed attempt at a debut bond in 2018.
  • CEE
    Trans-Oil, a Moldovan agro-industrial firm, failed to generate enough interest in its debut bond offering on Wednesday, becoming the second CEEMEA issuer in as many weeks to fall foul of tougher market conditions.
  • CEE
    Moldova’s Trans-Oil opened books on the first ever Eurobond from the country on Wednesday, but the small size is likely to mean it flies under the radar of most investors.
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    Moldovan agro-industrial holding company Trans-Oil Group is looking to make its capital markets debut. The deal will be the first ever from a Moldovan corporate — and with no outstanding bonds from the sovereign, investors will have a lot of price work to do.
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    Moldovan agro-industrial holding company Trans-Oil Group is looking to make its capital markets debut. The deal will be the first ever from a Moldovan corporate, and the first chance investors have had to buy Moldovan risk since 1997.
  • Russia’s DeltaCredit Bank has opened books on a Rb5bn ($151m) five year covered bond and is aiming to close the deal by Friday, said bankers on the deal.
  • Société Générale’s Russian subsidiary, DeltaCredit Bank, is expected to place notes of its recently priced covered bond on Tuesday, its treasury told The Cover. It is expected to return with further deals next year as the Russian fledgling covered bond framework continues to restrict local issuers to their domestic market.
  • The Russian mortgage market has grown quickly, lifting prospects for fledgling covered bond issuance. However, despite being Ucits eligible and in line with the European Covered Bond Council’s Label definition, the country’s legal framework is not yet aligned with western Europe’s.
  • In the midst of the global financial crisis, officials at the National Bank of Azerbaijan are making time to review a draft covered bond law for the South Caucasian country, in a sign of their commitment to a project that is aimed at stimulating its mortgage market.
  • Reduced bank funding options, a growing reliance on retail deposits, and a frozen secondary real estate market. Sound familiar? No, it’s not the US, but Kazakhstan. But while covered bonds are coming to the fore in the States and being taken up in CIS countries such as the Ukraine, the market’s direction in Kazakhstan is less clear.