Corporate finance: Back in the black

Argentina’s US$16.5 billion sovereign bond issuance broke emerging market records and signalled a return to the international capital markets for South America’s second-largest economy after more than a decade on the side-lines

Corporate finance: Back in the black Baruki González, Saturnino Funes, Emilio Minvielle, Daniela Rios, Jonathan Kellner, Robert Ellison and José María Bazán

Argentina’s first capital markets transaction after years in the wilderness was always going to be a momentous occasion. And so it proved to be, closing in a matter of months and, at US$16.5 billion, coming it at more than double the value of previous issuances by emerging countries.

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