Financing

Scotiabank: Leading role in the new Uruguay 2031 USD-denominated bond

February 20, 2019

On January 15th, Scotiabank acted as Joint Bookrunner and Dealer Manager on a new issue and tender offer for the Republic of Uruguay (the “Republic”), with a total size issued of US$1.25 billion.

 

After almost two months of no new issue supply, the Republic reopened the Latin American international debt capital markets with the launch of a new SEC-Registered USD-denominated soft bullet Global Bond of benchmark size due 2031.

 

The new issue transaction also included a liability management component, as the Republic offered to tender its USD-denominated notes due 2022, 2024, and October 2027.

 

For questions or more expert insights, please contact:

 

Fernando Aiscar

Head, Corporate Finance, Uruguay

598-2140-5534 

faiscar@scotiabank.com.uy

 

Thomas O’Rourke

Director, Debt Capital Markets Syndicate

212-225-5559

thomas.orourke@scotiabank.com

 

Eduardo Misan

Director, Debt Capital Markets, Latin America and Caribbean

212-225-5538

eduardo.misan@scotiabank.com

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