With a second bond issuance in the Mexican market, CABEI concludes the funding program for 2021


The Bank raised an aggregate amount of US $ 1,562 in year 2021

Tegucigalpa December 14, 2021. - Reaffirming the relevance of the Mexican capital market through more than 15 years of issuances, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) carried out its second issuance in the aforementioned market, allowing it to raise MXN 3,428 million in MBONO +32 bps with a 10 tenor, equivalent to US $ 164.16 million.

With this bond, CABEI concludes the year with seven transactions in the capital markets for an equivalent amount of US $ 1,562 million, completing the financing plan for 2021. The main investors in this issuance were pension funds (AFORES) and treasuries.

CABEI executive president, Dr. Dante Mossi stated: “as part of its funding strategy focused on the diversification of currencies and markets, at CABEI we have strengthened participation in the Mexican market where the bank's credit quality is highly valued . We closed 2021 with more than 70% of the emissions made under our green and social bond frameworks, reaffirming our commitment to promote an economic reactivation based on the commitment to mitigate the effects of climate change and the challenges caused by the Covid pandemic- 19 ".

So far, CABEI has issued 24 notes in the Mexican market for more than US $ 2,700 million, representing approximately 21% of its historical issues.

Mexico has been an extra-regional member of the Bank since 1992 and continues to play a key role in the growth and socioeconomic development of the Central American region, by becoming one of the main markets.