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S. Korea’s Eximbank sells $1 bn in global bonds
2012.11.15 17:37:39 | 2012.11.15 17:39:48
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State-run Export-Import Bank of Korea (Eximbank) said Thursday it successfully sold $1 billion of senior unsecured notes worldwide with spread of less than one percent, the best condition since 2008.

The three-year bond has a coupon rate of 98 basis points (bps) above the corresponding US Treasury bond yield.

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More than 190 global asset management companies participated in the debt sale. 47 percent of them came from the US and 28 percent from Europe and 25 percent from Asia. Lead managers included Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and UBS.

The latest bond issuance comes from the bank’s global debt sale of $2.25 billion in January, the largest amount ever raised among Korean financial institutions.

[Written by Yoo-tae Kim / edited by Soyoung Chung]



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