The Republic of Slovenia is reopening euro denominated benchmark
The Republic of Slovenia, rated A3 (stable) / AA-(stable) / A (stable), has this morning mandated Barclays, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank and Erste Group to lead manage a reopening of the SLOREP benchmark due in October 2050. The transaction will be Regulation S in dematerialized registered form.
Relevant stabilisation regulations (including FCA/ICMA) applies.
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