FinMin: Poland sells 15-year 'Samurai' bonds for JPY 18bn.

By bne IntelliNews January 27, 2011
The finance ministry has issued a 15-year Japanese Yen denominated bond for the nominal amount of JPY 18bn, the ministry has announced. The yield and semi-annual coupon has been set at 3%, it added. The issue was executed under Republic of Poland's Euro Medium Term Note (EMTN) Programme as private placement. The lead manager on the transaction was Nomura International plc. Earlier in January, the ministry sold EUR 1.0bn of eurobonds. Deputy finance minister Dominik Radziwill did not rule out entering all key foreign markets in H1/2011. ISB, tom

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