Lafise BanCentro Issues $60 million in debt

In the next two years the banking group will issue $20 million on the Nicaraguan Stock Exchange in terms of less than one year and $40 million in terms of three to five years.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The issuance registered on the Nicaraguan stock market will be issued with terms of 24 months, in commercial paper and standardized bonds. The program consists of two series: Series A , with a term of up to 360 days (revolving) and Serie B, with terms of three to five years.   

Series A is for $20 million and Series B for $40 million, according to the prospectus submitted to the Stock Exchange of Nicaragua.

See  investment prospectus (In Spanish)

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