Finance Ministry, Russian Rail, MRSK Center: Russia Bond Alert

Finance Ministry, OAO Russian Railways and OAO MRSK Center are among issuers that are planning to sell bonds in domestic and international markets.

Domestic Issuance

FINANCE MINISTRY: The government will offer 10 billion rubles of bonds due Jan. 2023 at 7.08 percent to 7.13 percent and 20 billion rubles of bonds due Jan. 2018 at 6.29 percent to 6.34 percent, according to a statement on the ministry’s website. (Added April 2)

OAO RUSSIAN RAILWAYS: The state rail monopoly accepts bids for 20 billion rubles of 15-year bonds on April 3 and 4. Coupon guidance is 8.25 percent to 8.50 percent, corresponding to a yield of 8.42 percent to 8.68 percent for a seven-year put, according to sale organizer Gazprombank. (Added April 1)

OAO MRSK CENTER: The board of directors approved placement of 25 billion rubles of bonds with a maturity of up to 10 years in 2013-2014, according to a regulatory filing. (Added April 1)

KOSTROMA REGION: The regional government holds a tender until May 6 to find an organizer for a 4 billion ruble bond sale, according to a statement on the state purchases website. (Added April 1)

OOO RUSFINANS BANK: The lender registered 40 billion rubles of domestic bonds with Bank Rossii, according to regulatory filings. (Added April 1)

REPUBLIC OF KARELIA: The regional government plans to sell 2 billion rubles of 5 1/2-year bonds, according to a statement on the state purchases website. (Added March 29)

OAO ROSBANK: The lender plans to start accepting bids for 3 billion rubles of structured notes on April 2, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 29)

OAO AKB EVROFINANCE MOSNARBANK: The lender plans 5 billion rubles of five-years bonds, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 29)

OOO EKSPOBANK: The lender registered plans to sell 2.5 billion rubles three-year bonds in two tranches with the central bank, according to regulatory filings. (Added March 29)

OAO NOTA-BANK: The lender started accepting bids for 2 billion rubles of three-year bonds on March 28, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 27)

OOO KIT FINANCE CAPITAL: The company plans to sell 2 billion rubles of four-year bonds on April 3, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 27)

VOLGOGRAD REGION: The regional government plans to sell 5 billion rubles of five-year bonds this year, according to the state purchases website. (Added March 27)

OOO INVESTPRO: The company plans 15 billion rubles of bonds in three issues, according to regulatory filings. (Added March 27)

OAO NPK URALVAGONZAVOD: The defense contractor plans 15 billion rubles of seven-year bonds, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 26)

OAO RTK-LEASING: The company will accept starting bids for 2 billion rubles of five-year bonds, redeemable in 18 months, on April 3, according to sale organizer OAO Promsvyazbank. (Added March 26)

REPUBLIC OF MORDOVIA: The regional government is accepting bids to organize a 3 billion-ruble bond sale, according to a statement on state purchases website. (Added March 26)

OSAO RESO-GARANTIA: The insurer started accepting offers for 3 billion rubles of 10-year bonds, redeemable in three years, on March 27, according to sale organizer OAO Svyaz Bank. (Added March 25)

OAO OPK OBORONPROM: The defense contractor plans 2.57 billion rubles bonds of 10-year bonds to finance the manufacture of engines for civil aircraft, the company said in an e-mailed statement. (Added March 22)

VNESHECONOMBANK: Russia’s state development bank plans 520 rubles of bonds, as well as 800 million euros and $1.25 billion of domestic debt, the lender said in regulatory filings. (Added March 21)

CITY OF NOVOSIBIRSK: The city is planning 5 billion rubles of bonds with a maturity of as long as seven years, it said on the state purchases website. (Added March 21)

OOO KB RENAISSANCE CAPITAL: The lender plans four tranches of five-year bonds for a total of 14 billion rubles, it said in a regulatory filing. (Added March 20)

OOO MIRATORG FINANS: The agricultural holding’s subsidiary plans three tranches of three-year exchange-traded bonds for the total amount of 13 billion rubles, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 20)

OAO AKB METALLINVESTBANK: The lender plans 9.5 billion rubles of five-year bonds in four tranches, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 18).

SAMARA REGION: The regional government announced a tender for organizing a placement of 8.3 billion rubles of bonds with a maturity of at least five years, according to the state purchases website. (Added March 14)

UNITED CONFECTIONERS HOLDING: The chocolate producer plans to sell 5 billion rubles of 10-year bonds in three tranches, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 13)

OAO HOLDING COMPANY METALLOINVEST: The iron ore producer’s EGM is to vote on the potential issuance of 14 issues of exchange-traded bonds after April 16, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 12)

OAO MAGNITOGORSK IRON & STEEL: The steelmaker is extending the maturity of a planned 35 billion rubles of bonds to 10 years from three years, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 12)

ZAO ING BANK (EURASIA): ING Groep NV’s Russian unit registered 15 billion rubles of five-year bonds with the central bank, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 12)

ZAO SVYAZNOY BANK: The board of directors approved the sale of 10 billion rubles of five-year bonds in four tranches, the lender said in a regulatory filing. (Added March 11)

OOO ALFA UKRFINANS: The company plans to offer 3 billion rubles in three-year bonds, redeemable in 12 months, at a yield of 13.16 percent to 13.96 percent, sale organizer OAO Alfa Bank said. (Added March 11)

EUROPEAN BEARING CORP.: The company plans to offer 8 billion rubles in five-year bonds, according to a regulatory filing. (Added March 7)

ZAO O1 PROPERTIES FINANS: The company plans to sell 6 billion rubles of bonds, according to a filing. (Added Feb. 27)

OAO GAZPROM NEFT: The oil producer plans to sell seven tranches of 10-year bonds for a total amount of 55 billion rubles, according to company filings. (Added Feb.22)

OAO URALS BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT: The lender plans to offer 8 billion rubles in seven-year bonds, according to the company. (Added Feb. 20)

OAO SBERBANK: The lender plans as much as 500 billion rubles of domestic bonds, according to regulatory filings. (Added Dec. 14)

International Issuance

OAO ALFA BANK: The lender is considering placing subordinated and traditional Eurobonds, Interfax reported, citing an unidentified person with knowledge of the matter. (Added Feb. 25)

OAO SBERBANK: The state-run lender may sell 50 billion rubles to 80 billion rubles of Eurobonds in 2013, Deputy Chief Executive Officer Anton Karamzin told reporters in Moscow. (Added Feb. 22)

RENAISSANCE CAPITAL BANK: The lender may sell an additional $50 million of bonds due in 2018 this week, according to a person familiar with the terms, who asked not to be identified because the details aren’t public. (Added Feb. 11)

TATARSTAN: The region plans to sell $100 million to $200 million of Islamic bonds this year, according to Tatarstan Investment Development Agency Chief Executive Officer Linar Yakupov. (Added Feb. 5)

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