Dec. 8 (Bloomberg) -- The following borrowers in emerging markets are expected to sell international debt. New information is followed by previously reported plans.
THE CITY OF LIMA plans to sell debt in international markets for the first time by issuing $500 million worth of bonds denominated in Peruvian soles over the next two years, Mayor Susana Villaran said in an interview at Bloomberg’s headquarters in New York.
(Added Dec. 8. News: TNI PERU NEWBON)
EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF INDIA registered to sell as much as 100 billion yen ($1.3 billion) of Samurai bonds, according to a filing with Japan’s finance ministry.
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INDONESIA is meeting with bond investors in London, Edinburgh, New York and Hong Kong, said a person familiar with the plans who declined to be identified because the details are private.
HSBC Holdings Plc, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Standard Chartered Plc are arranging the meetings with government officials, the person said.
(Updated Dec. 2. News: TNI INDO NEWBON)
KOREA DEVELOPMENT BANK, or KDB, is reviving plans to sell the country’s first Islamic bonds in Malaysia after an index of ringgit debt climbed to a record.
The state-owned lender is starting a program to sell as much as 3.5 billion ringgit ($1.1 billion) of Islamic and non- Islamic securities, Kuala Lumpur-based RAM Rating Services Bhd., the largest of Malaysia’s two ratings companies, said in a Nov. 4 statement.
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RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD, India’s biggest company by market value, hired Bank of America, Citigroup and UBS to help the Mumbai-based oil and gas company arrange plans to sell dollar bonds, according to a person familiar with the offering, who asked not to be identified because terms aren’t set.
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CENTRAL, EASTERN EUROPE
PBG SA, Poland’s third-largest construction company, aims to be ready with a Eurobond sale at the beginning of 2012 and the company will wait for the “right moment” to issue, Chief Financial Officer Przemyslaw Szkudlarczyk told reporters in Warsaw on Nov. 18. PBG, which agreed with lenders to increase the upper limit on its debt covenant, sees the cost of its debt rising 100 basis points to 200 basis points based on the agreement, the CFO said.
(Updated Nov. 18. News: PBG PW)
POLSKIE GORNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO SA, Poland’s dominant natural gas producer, will decide on Dec. 9 when to sell 500 million euros ($670 million) of Eurobonds and doesn’t exclude a sale before the end of this year, Chief Financial Officer Slawomir Hinc told reporters in Warsaw today.
(Updated Dec. 7. News: PGN PW)
ROMANIA is still seeking a “window of opportunity” for the sale of international bonds this year even though the conditions are “tough,” Deputy Finance Minister Bogdan Dragoi said Nov. 24 in an interview in Bucharest after a road show in the U.S. and U.K.
(Updated Nov. 24. News: TNI ROMANIA NEWBON)
LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN
AMERICA MOVIL SAB, the Mexico City-based wireless carrier controlled by billionaire Carlos Slim, may sell up to 1.9 billion in Chinese yuan-denominated bonds, Moody’s Investors Service said Dec. 2, giving the proposed notes a rating of A2. America Movil hired HSBC Holdings Plc to arrange meetings with investors this week in Singapore and Hong Kong about a possible dim sum bond sale, said a person, who declined to be identified because the discussions are private.
(Updated Dec. 2. News: AMXL MM)
BANCO DE BOGOTA officials plan to meet with bond investors in the U.S., the U.K., and South America through today, a person familiar with the matter said.
Citigroup Inc., HSBC and JPMorgan Chase & Co. are arranging the meetings in London, Santiago, Boston, Lima, New York and Los Angeles, said the person, who asked not to be identified because he isn’t authorized to speak publicly.
(Added Dec. 2. News: BOGOTA CB)
BANCO DE CREDITO DEL PERU may become the Andean country’s first issuer of bonds in Asia next year as the nation’s lending grows as much as 16 percent, Chief Executive Officer Walter Bayly said at a banking conference in Lima on Nov. 24.
(Added Nov. 25. News: TNI NEWBON PERU)
BRAZIL hasn’t ruled out selling bonds this year, Treasury Secretary Arno Augustin told reporters in Brasilia. A sale could come “this week, this year or at the beginning of 2012,” he said. The currency of any such sale hasn’t been determined, and the timing will depend on market conditions, according to him.
(Added Dec. 7. News: NI BRAZIL)
CIA. SIDERURGICA NACIONAL SA, Brazil’s third-biggest steelmaker, met with bond investors in Los Angeles, New York and Boston this week, according to a person familiar with the meetings.
CSN, as the company is known, hired BB Securities, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley to arrange the meetings starting yesterday, said the person, who asked to not be identified because he’s not authorized to speak publicly.
(Added Nov. 30. News: CSNA3 BZ)
COMISION FEDERAL DE ELECTRICIDAD, Latin America’s largest utility by revenue, hired Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA, BNP Paribas SA and Citigroup Inc. to arrange meetings with bond investors, according to a person familiar with the discussions.
Officials from CFE, as the company is also known, met with investors in the U.S. last week, said the person, who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private.
(Added Nov. 21. News: 1016Z MM)
CORPORACION FINANCIERA DE DESAROLLO SA, or Cofide, as Peru’s state development bank is known, will meet with investors in January before selling as much as $500 million of bonds in its first overseas debt sale, Chief Executive Officer Jorge Ramos said in a Nov. 24 interview.
(Added Nov. 25. News: TNI NEWBON PERU)
OSX BRASIL SA, the Brazilian shipbuilder owned by billionaire Eike Batista, is considering a foreign-currency bond sale to finance a third oil platform. OSX is analyzing two strategies to raise $850 million by July to construct a floating production, storage and offloading platform, or FPSO, CFO Roberto Monteiro said in a Dec. 1 telephone interview from Rio de Janeiro. One option is a 12-year, $850 million bank loan. The second is selling a smaller, shorter-term bond combined with a bank loan, he said.
(Updated Dec. 2. News: OSXB3 BZ)
RIO DE JANEIRO plans to sell bonds as early as next year to finance projects in the Brazilian city for the 2016 Olympic Games, Mayor Eduardo Paes told reporters on Oct. 10. The city has the “financial health” to sell debt in global markets, he said.
(Added Oct. 10. News: TNI NEWBON BRAZIL)
TELECOM ARGENTINA SA plans to sell as much as $500 million worth of debt within five years, according to a Nov. 15 filing to the Buenos Aires stock exchange.
The bond maturities will range from 30 days to 30 years, according to the filing. The Buenos Aires-based telephone company will propose the debt program to shareholders at a Dec. 15 meeting, the filing said.
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VALE SA , the world’s largest iron-ore producer, said it will tap debt markets in 2012 after Standard & Poor’s raised its credit rating last week. The company is analyzing credit-market conditions as the European debt crisis hasn’t been “very helpful,” Chief Financial Officer Tito Martins said Nov. 28 in an interview in New York after the company presented its 2012 investment plan.
(Added Nov. 29. News: VALE3 BZ)
MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA
ABHU DHABI COMMERCIAL BANK PJSC, which raised $500 million from an Islamic bond sale last month, appointed HSBC Holdings Plc and Standard Chartered Plc to arrange a global medium term note program. The bank filed a prospectus for a $7.5 billion bond program with the London Stock Exchange, according to the document distributed by the Regulatory News Service.
(Added Dec. 7. News: ADCB UH)
AL HILAL BANK, a state-owned lender in the United Arab Emirates, hired HSBC Holdings Plc, Standard Chartered Plc and National Bank of Abu Dhabi to arrange the sale of Islamic bonds, a person familiar with the deal said.
The sale is likely to happen in the first quarter of next year, the person said, declining to be identified because the details of the transaction are confidential.
(Added Nov. 14. News: 1023350Z UH)
MAJID AL FUTTAIM HOLDING LLC, the operator of Carrefour SA stores in the Middle East, will seek to raise about $500 million from the sale of five-year Islamic bonds to boost cash reserves, treasury manager Daniele Vecchi said in a Nov. 20 telephone interview.
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NIGERIA, Africa’s biggest oil producer, may sell as much as $1 billion of Islamic bonds out of Malaysia next year as the country develops its Shariah-compliant financial services industry, central bank Governor Lamido Sanusi said.
The government of Africa’s most populous nation formed a technical committee, which is being trained by HSBC Holdings Plc and CIMB Group Holdings Bhd., to prepare for its maiden sale of Shariah-compliant bonds, or sukuk, which may have maturities of five to seven years, Sanusi told reporters in Kuala Lumpur on Nov. 15. Advisors have not yet been appointed for the sale, which will be decided by the finance ministry, he said.
(Added Nov. 15. News: TNI NIGERIA NEWBON)
SOUTH AFRICA invited banks to submit proposals for the sale of its first Islamic bond as the continent’s biggest economy seeks to broaden access to financing.
The Pretoria-based National Treasury asked lenders to submit proposals for the structuring and issuance of an Islamic bond, known as a sukuk, in local and international markets by Dec. 21. It will shortlist bidders by Jan. 20, the Treasury said in an e-mailed statement.
(Added Dec. 6. News: TNI SAFRI NEWBON)
SOUTH AFRICA hired Barclays Plc, Nedbank Group Ltd. and Rand Merchant Bank to arrange bond investor meetings in Europe and the U.S. through Dec. 1, according to a person familiar with the plans who declined to be identified in accordance with policy.
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