March 13, 2018 |
Russian oil major Rosneft plans to collect bids for a secondary offering of up to 30 billion rubles of classic bonds of the seventh and eighth series on March 22 following execution of a buyback offer, a banking source told PRIME on Tuesday.
The price guidance is set at no lower than par. The volume of the secondary placement will equal the volume of bonds offered for a buyback.
Rosneft sold the two bond issues each worth 15 billion rubles in March 2013 at an 8% rate annually for the first to the 10th coupons. The rate for further coupons until maturity in March 2023 will amount to 7.3% annually, which corresponds to a 7.43% yield to maturity.
Gazprombank, VTB Capital and Sberbank CIB are the organizers.
|Full company name||PJSC Rosneft|
|Country of risk||Russia|
|Country of registration||Russia|
|Industry||Oil and gas|