$20 Million Treasury Bonds Awarded

Offering for the first time only dematerialized securities, the Government of Guatemala issued Treasury Bonds for the equivalent of $20 million, of which $7 million expires in 2028 and $13 million in 2039.

Friday, June 14, 2019

For the bonds awarded, $7 million correspond to the expiration date of 02/21/2028, at a cutoff rate of 5.9000%, and $13 million correspond to the expiration date of 05/17/2039, at a cutoff rate of 6.8800%.

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From the Ministry of Finance statement:

The Ministerio de Finanzas Públicas (Equivalent to the US Department of the Treasury) organized an event to issue Treasury Bonds, offering for the first time only dematerialized securities, since on this occasion the physical certificates in custody in the Banco de Guatemala were not made available to investors, which allows supporting the standardization process and development of the public debt market.

The results of the placement of Treasury Bonds of the Republic of Guatemala represented through Annotation in Account (Public Tender); and of Representative Certificates electronically registered in Custody in the Banco de Guatemala (Auction and Public Tender) held on June 11, 2019, with a total demand of Q.1,836.7 million, are the following:

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