- Mexico issues second sustainable bond for 1.25 billion euros for 15 years
Mexico issues second sustainable bond for 1.25 billion euros for 15 years
07/06/2021 Since 3 weeks
Mexico placed its second sustainable bond linked to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 1.25 billion euros (1.48 billion dollars), with a term of 15 years and a coupon rate of 2.25%, according to the Finance Ministry.
The first bond of this type was placed by Mexico on 14 September, with a term of seven years. Among the benefits of the transaction, the treasury said it would “promote the development of market instruments for sustainable financing and broaden the investor base”.
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