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CCAF 18 de Septiembre has completed the placement of commercial paper

Caja de Compensación de Asignación Familiar 18 de Septiembre (CCAF 18 de Septiembre) has raised funds.

CCAF 18 de Septiembre is a non-profit, private corporation with over 50 years of experience in administering social security benefits granted by the state of Chile. Among these benefits are household allowances, unemployment benefits and work disability allowances, among others. It also offers additional services such as social credits and legal counseling.

Oaklins’ team in Chile acted as sole financial advisor of CCAF 18 de Septiembre in the placement of commercial paper in the local market for a total amount of US$6.1 million.

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Funding, debt advisory & ECM
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 Sebastián  Cereceda

Sebastián Cereceda

Partner
Santiago, Chile
Oaklins LarrainVial
 Sofía  Castro

Sofía Castro

Associate
Santiago, Chile
Oaklins LarrainVial

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