International Investment Bank has raised capital through a bond private placement
The International Investment Bank (IIB) has attracted a new round of financing on the Romanian Capital Market for the fifth consecutive year. They attracted US$115 million through a private bond placement, with a three-year maturity period (due in 2022) and a fixed coupon of 3.98% paid annually. The bonds received a 3A rating from Moody's.
IIB is a multilateral institution that promotes social and economic development, prosperity and economic cooperation between its member states. Itis focused on medium- and long-term financing of projects aimed at supporting the development of the economies of IIB member countries with positive social, environmental and economic impact. The bank provides loans directly, in cooperation with other financial institutions, or through partner banks.
Oaklins’ team in Romania, as part of a two-member local consortium, alongside ING Bank Romania, acted as private debt advisor and authorized consultant for the bond issuance, assisting IIB all the way, from the start to the successful completion and listing of the financial instrument on the Bucharest Stock Exchange. During this process, the team initiated and advised on many aspects, including, among others, securing pre-commitments from institutional investors, deal structuring, and the bond pricing and sizing.
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Managing DirectorBucharest, Romania
Oaklins BT Capital
Bogdan Andrei Baldovin
Oaklins BT Capital
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