Café Britt Issues $ 20 Million in Bonds

The Costa Rican company announced a standardized bond debt of $ 20 million.

Monday, February 21, 2011


The company had already made an issuance in 2003 and this time the funds will be used to invest in productive assets and replacing of bank liabilities.

El Financiero´s website adds, "At the moment, the information contained specifies that the face value of the instrument will be $ 1.00, on a quarterly basis and with placement on the National Stock Exchange."

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Information May be Missing From Honduran Bond Prospectus

March 2013

Barclay's may have withdrawn from its role as advisor to the Honduran international bond issue because the government could have omitted relevant information in the prospectus for the issuance.

The British firm Barclay's and the Deutsche Bank had been hired by the government of Honduras to provide advice on the placement of an issue of $750 million in sovereign bonds on the international market.

Tocumen Issues Bonds for $400 million

October 2013

During the first day of trading 61.5% of the $650 million issue by Tocumen SA was placed in the Panamanian market.

From a press release by Tocumen:

For the first time in its history, Tocumen International Airport has gone to the Panama stock market in order to partially finance its investment plan for the medium term.

Panama Issues Local Bonds

December 2010

This is the first time the National Bank performs a local issue in a rolling program of up to $ 300 million.

The manager of the entity, Dario Berbey, said that "taking advantage of the current climate of interest rates, we are issuing the bonds to take advantage of the difference which occurs between the liabilities and assets at a time when we are providing long-term lending to major sectors of the country, boosting the economy and creating jobs in tourism, energy, infrastructure and agriculture.”

Universidad Latina de Panamá

July 2012

On a day where $118.6 million was traded on the Panamanian Stock Exchange, the government placed $100 million in bonds at a yield of 4.38% and a price of 110.65%.

Up to May 31, 2012, the Treasury bond debt was $624.8 million, according to information available on the website of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. On the other hand private domestic debt stood at the same date at $1.9886 billion.

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