March 04, 2019 | Cbonds
|Ukraine’s Finance Ministry attracted on Feb. 28 a loan from Deutsche Bank for EUR 529 mln under a guarantee of the World Bank, it reported on March 1. The loan is split into two tranches, EUR 240 mln due in four years and EUR 289 mln due in ten years. Recall, on Feb. 21, Ukraine’s Cabinet allowed MinFin to use the World Bank’s USD 375 mln guarantee to attract a loan from Deutsche Bank with an amount limit of USD 630 mln and interest rate limit of 5.9%.|
In other news, Interfax-Ukraine reported on March 4 that MinFin paid on time its USD 444 mln coupons on 2019-2027 Eurobonds. The coupons were due on March 1.
Evgeniya Akhtyrko: The lion's share of the Deutsche Bank loan was used to deal with USD 444 mln in approaching coupon payments on several Eurobonds. On March 1, Ukraine’s government was scheduled to repay around USD 160 mln to the IMF.
|Full company name||Ukraine|
|Country of risk||Ukraine|