BBVA Peru Unit to Offer Up to 200 Million Soles Bonds
(Corrects amount of bonds on offer in headline and first paragraph in story published yesterday.)
BBVA Banco Continental, Peru’s second-largest lender, will offer as much as 200 million soles ($74.2 million) of bonds at an auction tomorrow.
The bank, a unit of Spain’s Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA (BBVA), will offer 50 million soles of notes maturing in five years, and as much as 150 million soles of 15-year bonds, it said in an advertisement published in the Gestion newspaper.
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