Citi and HSBC to Issue $1.5 Billion in Eurobonds

Costa Rican authorities informed that Citi Global Markets and HSBC Global Banking will be the placement banks and financial advisors that will accompany the country in the process of issuance of securities and management of liabilities in the international market.

Monday, September 23, 2019

The issue that will be made at the international level is the one that was approved on July 16 through Bill No. 21.201, which authorizes the Executive to administer, issue and manage financing operations in the international market for up to $1.5 billion (one thousand five hundred million U.S. dollars).

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In a statement dated September 20, the Ministry of Finance explained that "... The bidding period began on August 26 and ended on September 2, 2019. Eleven bids were received from different financial institutions, from which Morgan Stanley, HSBC Global Banking, JP Morgan, Scotiabank and Citi Global Markets were pre-selected.

As part of the selection process, the bidders had to present proposals for structuring the international issuance, structuring the liabilities, distribution and marketing for the present issue, support strategy in the secondary market and accompaniment to the Government; in addition, they had to make an oral defense of the technical proposal.

Currently, the selection and contracting of the payment agent bank and the risk rating agencies is in process. The reception of bids ended on September 18. The Government's objective is to be prepared with all the required services, to carry out the issuance at the opportune moment, when the market conditions are considered favorable.
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