EP Infrastructure mandates for euros as CEE bond supply set to diversify
EP Infrastructure, the Czech Republic-headquartered energy infrastructure group has mandated banks to syndicate a bond in euros. Though much of supply from the CEE region last year came from sovereigns, market participants believe now is a good time for corporates to issue in debt markets.
The Baa3/BBB/BBB- rated issuer is seeking a Reg S senior unsecured euro 10 year benchmark.
The firm hired Citi, HSBC, IMI-Intesa Sanapolo, SMBC and UniCredit as joint bookrunners.
Investor calls began on Monday.Leads are looking at a wide range of comparables. The company’s bonds maturing 2028 were spotted ...