The Latin American Development Bank (CAF) has issued $750 million in bonds, maturing in five years, to promote Latin America’s economic revival. The issuance attended by 93 U.S. investors, mainly fund managers, public institutions, pension funds and commercial banks. The underwriting banks were Citi, Daiwa, Goldman Sachs and Nomura. CAF’s comprehensive strategy includes a regional emergency credit line of $2.5 billion to reinforce anticyclical economic measures.
Source: El Deber