Elektra, Genomma, Multiva, Alsea: Mexico Bond AlertBen Bain and Jonathan Levin
Comision Federal de Electricidad, Grupo Elektra SAB, Genomma Lab Internacional SAB, Banco Multiva SA and Alsea SAB are among issuers that plan to sell bonds in Mexico’s debt market.
COMISION FEDERAL DE ELECTRICIDAD: The state-owned utility company said in a filing to the Mexican stock exchange that it planned to sell in June as much as 15 billion pesos ($1.18 billion) in five-year debt as part of a program to raise as much as 50 billion pesos. (Added June 10)
CORP. INTERAMERICANA DE ENTRETENIMIENTO SAB: The events and entertainment company said in a filing that it plans to sell in July as much as 500 million pesos in bonds as part of a program to raise as much as 1.5 billion pesos. (Added June 10)
GRUPO ELEKTRA SAB: The retail and banking company controlled by the billionaire Ricardo Salinas plans to sell as much as 3.5 billion pesos in three-year bonds as part of a program to raise as much as 5 billion pesos. (Added June 10)
GENOMMA LAB INTERNACIONAL SAB: The Mexican maker of over-the-counter drugs plans to sell as much as 2 billion pesos in debt as part of a program to raise as much as 8 billion pesos this year, according to a filing with the Mexican stock exchange. (Added June 10)
ALSEA SAB: The operator of Domino’s Pizza stores and Starbucks in Latin America said in a filing that it plans to sell as much as 2.5 billion pesos in five-year bonds as part of a program to raise as much as 3.5 billion pesos. The sale is now planned for June 19. (Updated June 10)
PETROLEOS MEXICANOS: The state-owned oil company said in filings with the stock exchange that it was considering selling fixed-rate, floating-rate or inflation-linked local currency debt. The company didn’t provide details on the size or date of a possible sale. (Added June 3)
BANCO MULTIVA SA: The Mexican lender said in a filing that it plans to raise as much as 750 million pesos in three-year floating-rate bonds linked to the interbank rate. (Added May 27)
SCOTIABANK INVERLAT SA: The Bank of Nova Scotia unit said in a filing that it plans to sell as much as 2.3 billion pesos in 10-year bonds as part of a program to issue as much as 15 billion pesos. (Added May 27)
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