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Government lists $1.35bn of debt on BSX

The Bermuda Government's new $1.35 billion of debt bonds have been admitted for listing on the Bermuda Stock Exchange.

The debt is split evenly between ten-year and 30-year maturity senior notes.

There is $382,105,000 of 2.375 per cent 144A senior notes, and $292,895,000 of 2.375 per cent Reg S senior notes, both sets due August 20, 2030.

In addition, there is $391,596,000 of 3.375 per cent 144A senior notes, and $283,404,000 of 3.375 per cent Reg S senior notes, both sets due August 20, 2050.

The listing sponsor was Ocorian Securities (Bermuda) Limited.

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Published August 24, 2020 at 9:00 am (Updated August 23, 2020 at 10:45 pm)

Government lists $1.35bn of debt on BSX

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