El Salvador: I$19 million issuance for Airport

The funds raised will be used to complete construction of waiting rooms and a food area and start works on four aircraft platforms and the parking area.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Pension operators were the main buyers of the securities placed by Hencorp Exchange on October 19 in the local market, as part of the total emission worth $78 million approved in 2012 to finance the expansion of the international airport.

Elsalvador.com reports that "... The company reported that the entire securitization has been made in three initial sections (2013) with interest rates of 4.75%, 5.15% and 5.93%, and in 4 final stages (2014) with an interest rate of 6.99 and a maturity of 5 , 12 and 15 years."

"... According to statements by the president of the CEPA, Nelson Vanegas, the $19.4 million securitized made on Monday will be used to begin the work of expanding the airport, which has already started with the construction of new waiting rooms and a food court in the former terrace of the terminal."





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