Japan Prime Realty Registers to Sell 100 Billion Yen of Bonds

Japan Prime Realty Investment Corp. registered to sell as much as 100 billion yen ($1.3 billion) of bonds, according to a filing today with Japan’s finance ministry.

The registration takes effect on Nov. 8 and is valid for two years. A shelf registration allows for bond sales without obligating the company or country to borrow.