Romania gets EUR1.5 billion in Eurobond

Romania raised EUR1.5 billion in a seven-year euro-denominated bond transaction arranged by Citigroup, HSBC, Deutsche Bank and Societe Generale. The said amount was raised at 295 points over the reference mid-swap rate which at this point is around 1.825%, meaning that the yield of the bonds is 4.77%. Also, the order books amounted to EUR6.2 billion, exceeding more than four times the maximum amount targeted by the Romanian Ministry of Finance. Up to this point, Romania has sold nearly EUR 7 billion in leu-denominated notes and around EUR1.4 billion in three euro-denominated auctions. The Romanian Ministry of Finance also tapped international markets for $1.5 billion at a U.S. dollar-bond sale in February

May 27, 2020 11:57
Here are the last months in which the European Union (EU) and the Romanian Gov...more »
May 25, 2020 09:44
GovNET organized on May 21, 2020, the sixth edition of the online conference "...more »
 
April 30, 2020 14:35
The Ministry of Public Finance, through the Department of State Aid, has suppl...more »
April 23, 2020 14:44
ROCA Investments part of Impetum Group, the private equity model that offers c...more »
Govnet Next Events