Eurobonds: Risk Rating Confirmed

Standard & Poor's has given a B+ rating to the $1.5 billion debt issue that Costa Rica expects to place in the international market in November.

Monday, November 11, 2019

"Global Ratings today assigned a "B+" rating to the prospective reopening of Costa Rica's notes which have a 7.158% rate maturing in 2045 and a "B+" rating in its planned issuance of notes maturing in 2031, the latter issue still does not have a defined trading rate," the rating agency said on November 8.

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The statement adds that "... The expected combined amount of the reopening and the new notes is $1.5 billion, consistent with the authorization of the Costa Rican Congress to issue up to this amount in Eurobonds to cover the government's financial needs in 2019."

Regarding the details of the issuance, at the end of November Costa Rican authorities informed that Citi Global Markets and HSBC Global Banking, will be the banks and financial advisors that will accompany the country in the process of issuing securities and managing liabilities in the international market.

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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.

The issue that will be made at the international level is the one that was approved on July 16 through Bill No.

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