Iraq to begin five day U.S. dollar bond roadshow on Thursday
The roadshow will be in London on Sep. 10 and 11, before heading to New York on Sep. 14
The Republic of Iraq is due to begin meeting fixed income investors on Thursday for a potential U.S. dollar-denominated benchmark-sized bond, according to deal leads.
The roadshow will be in London on Sep. 10 and 11, before heading to New York on Sep. 14, Boston on Sep. 15 and finishing in Los Angeles on Sep. 16.
Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan are arranging the 144A/Reg S transaction.
Iraq is rated B- by Standard & Poor’s and Fitch.
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