BRICS bank issues 3 billion-worth of yuan-denominated bonds in China
The bonds were issued in two tranches with maturities of three years and five years and coupon rates of between 2.9 percent to 3.5 percent, and 3.2 percent to 3.8 percent respectively.Also on rt.com BRICS bank to finance new projects in Russia & India
It’s the bank’s second issuance of yuan-denominated bonds in China after it issued 3 billion yuan worth of green financing bonds in 2016 with a five-year term.
The bank said it aims to continue issuing financial products denominated in the local currencies of its member nations – China, Russia, Brazil, India, and South Africa.
In September, the NDB approved three infrastructure and sustainable development projects in India and Russia with loans aggregating US$825 million.Also on rt.com First BRICS bank bond sale to fund green projects
The NDB was established in 2014 and formally opened for business a year later. The bank’s capital is up to $100 billion and it says all members of the United Nations can join it. However, BRICS nations can never have less than 55 percent of the voting power.
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