The investment consists of an up to MXN$3,000 million (~US$150 million equivalent), publicly listed Sustainable Bonds (SB) issued by Operadora de Servicios Mega, SA de CV, SOFOM, ER (Mega or the Company). IFC is expected to subscribe up to MXN$600 million (~US$30 million equivalent) of the 5-year tenor tranche, on an own account basis. This issuance is the first SB issued by the Company in the Mexican debt capital market, in which IFC will be acting as anchor investor.
The Company will be issuing up to MXN3,000 million (~US$150 million equivalent), in a publicly listed SB where IFC is expected to subscribe up to MXN600 million (US$30 million equivalent) of the 5-year tenor tranche, on an own account basis.
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