June 28, 2017 |
Russian fertilizer producer EuroChem will sell its U.S. $500 million 4-year dollar-denominated Eurobonds at 3.95%, a banking source told PRIME on Tuesday.
Demand for the Eurobonds has exceeded U.S. $1.4 billion, the source said.
The initial guidance was set at 4.375% and was finally reduced to 4% plus or minus 5 basis points.
EuroChem held a road show of dollar-denominated Eurobonds in Switzerland and the U.K. on June 15–19. Citi, J.P. Morgan, Credit Agricole CIB, Sberbank CIB, SG CIB, and UniCredit act as organizers.
The company said earlier it will offer Eurobonds worth up to $600 million.
|Full company name||JSC EuroChem Mineral and Chemical Company|
|Country of risk||Russia|
|Country of registration||Russia|
|Industry||Chemical and petrochemical industry|