Sibur to offer 6-year dollar Eurobonds on Thursday - Prime
September 27, 2017 Prime
Russian petrochemical holding Sibur plans to offer U.S. dollar-denominated 6-year Eurobonds on Thursday, a banking source told PRIME on Wednesday.
The company held a road show of the Eurobonds in Moscow, London, Continental Europe, and the U.S. on September 20–Wednesday. ING, J.P. Morgan, Gazprombank, Goldman Sachs, and Sberbank CIB will act as organizers.
Sibur also plans to buy back U.S. $616.715 million worth of Eurobonds maturing in 2018 at a price of $1,009 per security.
Sibur placed debut $1 billion Eurobonds maturing in 2018 in January 2013. The coupon rate was set at 3.914%.
Company — SIBUR
Full nameopen joint stock company SIBUR
IndustryChemical and petrochemical industry