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1USD Bond Issue 3 times over Subscribed. Empty USD Bond Issue 3 times over Subscribed. on Tue Jun 25, 2019 3:18 pm

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Sri Lanka successfully launches USD bond with over 3 times oversubscription
Author LBO
Posted on June 25, 2019 | Bills & Bonds, Economy, Lead Story

Jun 25, 2019 (LBO) – Sri Lanka returned to the US dollar bond markets, successfully pricing a new issuance of 500 million dollars 5-year and 1.5 billion dollars long 10-year bonds with over three times over subscription.
The Central Bank said the final orderbook stood at over 1.8 billion dollars across 165 accounts for the 5-year tranche and over 4.4 billion across 290 accounts for the long 10-year tranche, reflecting total subscription of 6.2 billion.
It clearly highlighted global investors’ continued confidence in Sri Lanka and their positive outlook on Sri Lanka’s economic growth story, the Central Bank said in a statement.
Full Statement
The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka U.S.$2.0 billion International Sovereign Bond Offering
On June 24th, 2019, the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (“CBSL”), on behalf of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka (“Sri Lanka”), returned to the U.S. dollar bond markets, successfully pricing a new issuance of U.S.$500 million 5-year and U.S.$1.5 billion long 10-year Senior Unsecured Fixed Rate Bonds (the “Bonds”) with maturity dates of June 28th, 2024 and March 28th, 2030, respectively. The Bonds have been rated ‘B2’, ‘B’ and ‘B’ by Moody’s Investors Service, Standard and Poor’s and Fitch Ratings, respectively.
This represents Sri Lanka’s fourteenth U.S. dollar benchmark offering in the international bond markets since 2007, and its second transaction this year. The long 10-year tranche marks the longest tenor issuance to date in the international market, underlining the international investor community’s continued support for Sri Lanka and their confidence in the country’s economic fundamentals and long-term growth prospects. Also, the long 10-year tranche has been appropriately defined in line with Sri Lanka’s future debt service obligations and debt management strategy. BOC International, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, SMBC Nikko and Standard Chartered Bank acted as the Joint Lead Managers and Bookrunners on the successful transaction.
Capitalizing on the conducive market backdrop, Sri Lanka announced the transaction during the Asia morning of June 24th, 2019. The joint syndicates released terms and initial price guidance for new 5-year and long 10-year tranches at 6.60% area and 7.80% area, respectively. The transaction saw strong interest from a wide range of high quality investors, which allowed the Republic to tighten final price guidance to 6.40% (+/- 5bps) on the 5-year tranche, and 7.60% (+/- 5 bps) on the long 10-year tranche. The Bonds eventually priced at the tighter end of the range during New York hours, with a yield of 6.35% and 7.55% for the new 5-year and long 10-year tranches, respectively, representing price tightening of 25 bps from initial guidance, for each of the tranches.
The final orderbook stood at over U.S.$1.8 billion across 165 accounts for the 5-year tranche and over U.S.$4.4 billion across 290 accounts for the long 10-year tranche, reflecting total subscription of U.S.$6.2 billion (over three times over subscription), clearly highlighting global investors’ continued confidence in Sri Lanka and their positive outlook on Sri Lanka’s economic growth story.
The orderbook was well diversified across both tranches. The 5-year tranche saw allocations of 30% to the U.S., 50% to Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and the remaining 20% to Asia. By investor type, the split was 80% to fund managers, 9% to insurance, pension funds and corporates, 8% to bank treasury, and 3% to private banks and other investors. The long 10-year tranche saw allocations of 44% to the U.S., 40% to EMEA, and the remaining 16% to Asia. By investor type, the split was 87% to fund managers, 6% to insurance, pension funds and corporates, 5% to bank treasury, and 2% to private banks and other investors.

Source https://www.lankabusinessonline.com/sri-lanka-successfully-launches-usd-bond-with-over-3-times-oversubscription/

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