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Euro Bonds

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  • 1. EUROBOND M. Rizwan Qamar
  • 2. BOND A debt instrument Issued for a period of more than one year For the purpose of raising capital The Federal government, states, cities, corporations, and many other types of institutions sell bonds.
  • 3. EUROBOND A bond issued and traded outside the country whose currency it is denominated in, and outside the regulations of a single country; usually a bond issued by a non- European for sale in Europe It is also called global bond
  • 4. Eurobond Rules Trading Payment Listing Taxation
  • 5. Eurobond Structure The structure of a Eurobonds consists in its terms and conditions, which are printed on the actual bond. The Face The Reverse The coupons
  • 6. Types of Eurobonds Straight Fixed VRNs Long term Bonds Medium term Bonds Convertibles
  • 7. Advantages of Eurobonds Considerable market capacity Diversifying sources of borrowings Source for long-term investment resources Access to a broad investor base Establishing a credit history
  • 8. Eurobonds and Pakistan Issue $500 million Eurobond in February 12, 2004 Maturity date is February 2009 Deutsche Bank and ABN Amro Bank Strong Demand results 4 times oversubscription Interest Rate was 6.75% Included in EMBI
  • 9. Eurobonds and Pakistan March 2006 Issue $500m 10 years Eurobonds And $300 million 30 years bonds Managed by Citi Group and Deutsche Bank Interest Rates are 7.125% and 7.875% respectively
  • 10. THANK YOU