May 13 (Bloomberg) -- Comision Federal de Electricidad, Coca-Cola Femsa SAB, Grupo Famsa SAB, Grupo Financiero Inbursa SAB and Kimberly-Clark de Mexico SAB are among issuers that plan to sell bonds in Mexico’s debt markets.
COCA-COLA FEMSA SAB: Latin America’s largest bottler of the soft drink plans to sell as much as 7.5 billion pesos ($620 million) in fixed-rate bonds due in 10 years as part of a program to raise as much as 20 billion pesos through debt offerings. Units of Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA, HSBC Holdings Plc and Citigroup Inc. are helping manage the sale that is expected on May 22. (Added May 6)
GRUPO FINANCIERO INBURSA SAB: The financial company controlled by the billionaire Carlos Slim plans to sell as much as 6 billion pesos in debt due in three years. The planned offering is part of a program to raise as much as 30 billion pesos through debt sales. Units of Inbursa, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, Grupo Financiero Banorte SAB and HSBC are helping manage the sale expected on May 29 (Added May 6)
KIMBERLY-CLARK DE MEXICO SAB: The consumer-goods company plans to sell bonds including floating-rate securities due in five years and fixed-rate bonds due in 10 years as part of a program to raise as much as 16 billion pesos through debt offerings. Units of Citigroup and Bank of America Corp. are arranging the sale. (Added April 29)
COMISION FEDERAL DE ELECTRICIDAD: The state-owned utility’s chief financial officer, Francisco Santoyo, said in an interview that the company may sell 10 billion pesos in local currency bonds. (Added April 22)
GRUPO FAMSA SAB: The retailer said in a filing with the stock exchange that it plans to sell as much as 250 million pesos of bonds under a program to raise as much as 2 billion pesos. Banorte is coordinating the sale, according to the filing. (Added March 25)
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