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Global Bonds

Since the 1970s, the BNDES has sought to increase its sources of fund raising in international markets, accessing alternative structures to loans with multilateral agencies, such as syndicated loans and security issuances.

Resources raised on the international market are incorporated into the investment budget and then used in the Bank’s general business, such as loans in the Brazilian market, investments into the capital market that the BNDES plans to carry out in the general course of business.

The following table shows the date of issuance, the amount, the coupon and the maturity date of all effective securities currently held by the BNDES.

Last International Bond Issuances


Year of Issuance Amount Coupon Maturity Date

2008(a)

US$ 1.000 bn

6,37%

06.16.2018 (a)

2009

US$ 1.000 bn

6,50%

06.10.2019

2010

US$ 1.000 bn

5,50%

07.12.2020

2010

EUR 750 MM

4,13%

09.15.2017

2011

CHF 200 MM

2,75%

12.15.2016

2013

US$ 1.250 bn

3,375%

09.26.2016

2013

US$ 1.750(b) bn

5,75%

09.26.2023

2014

EUR 650 MM

3,625%

01.21.2019

2014 US$ 1.000 bn 4,00% 04.14.2019

2017

US$ 1.000 bn

4,75%

05.09.2024

(a) Security was repriced in June 2008.
(b) US$ 1.25 billion in 2013 + reopening US$ 500 million in 2014.

Green Bond Reports

The 2018 BNDES Green Bond Annual Report contemplates the full allocation of the proceeds in eligible projects. From 2019 on it will be reported the information regarding the generation of energy and reduction of carbon emission of the projects and the respective UN Sustainable Development Objectives.

Sustainability Bond Framework 

See also

  • BNDES & UNDP Webinar - Green Bonds Financing for Climate Action

 



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