Securitizations Grow in Costa Rica

The demand increases while $200 million in emissions are expected over the next 12 months.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

The prices of these instruments have risen in recent weeks, increasing their demand due to the low interest rates for investing in dollars.

Moreover, there are several of these instruments planned for this year, among them one for the customs office in Peñas Blancas and others for the University of Costa Rica, the Costa Rican Institute of Pacific Ports and the Garabito Thermal Project.

The manager of the National Stock Exchange of Costa Rica, Jose Rafael Brenes, told "We hope that securitizations of at least $200 million are authorized in the next 12 months."

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In November 2010 announcements were made for works worth $760 million to be financed through securitizations which never materialized.

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Salvadoran Stock Exchange Expects to Triple Securitizations

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The securitization trust which funds the thermal power plant has issued $23.8 million in bonds at Costa Rica’s stock exchange.

The Securitization Fund for Thermal Power Plant Garabito was created to fund the construction and leasing to the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) of a 200MW thermal power plant.

Hencorp to pioneer securitization in El Salvador

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Hencorp Valores, set up in Miami with Salvadoran capital, is to become the first company in El Salvador to offer securitization of mortgage and debt portfolios.

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