Greece’s Eurobank is marketing a 500m euro four-year bond at an initial yield of 4.375 percent area, according to a source. The size of the transaction will not grow.
The senior unsecured Eurobond is being issued by ERB Hellas, with Eurobank Ergasias acting as guarantor.
The bond, which is today’s business, is rated Caa2 by Moody’s, CCC+ by Standard & Poor’s and B- by Fitch.
Credit Suisse, HSBC, JP Morgan, Mediobanca and Nomura are the banks arranging the transaction. [Reuters]