Eurasian Development Bank to meet with investors on September 26
September 24, 2012 Interfax (translated by Cbonds)
Eurasian Development Bank is eyeing a eurobond, according to Bloomberg citing a source familiar with the situation. The bank plans a ruble eurobond. The sale may take place after investor meetings scheduled for September 26. Raiffeisen Bank International and Sberbank CIB are arrangers on the transaction. Another source confirmed the information on Eurasian Development Bank's road-show to Interfax underscoring that the decision on the deal is expected after the road-show.
In September Eurasian Development Bank sold a $500m 10-year eurobond at 4.767%. BNP Paribas, Citi, HSBC and VTB Capital led the deal. The bank also printed a eurobond in September 2009. The $500m 5-year issue paid 7.375%. Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Royal Bank of Scotland arranged the transaction. In May 2012 the bank priced two ECP tranches: a USD 25m 184-day piece and EUR 32m 364-day piece. The paper was sold to European and Russian institutional investors. UBS Limited and VTB Capital acted as dealers. The bank also has a KZT 20bn global bond issue outstanding. The bond is due April 2014.
Company — EDB
Full nameEurasian Development Bank