Kepco lights up Europe

Korea Electric generates a buzz in Europe with first Euro-denominated bond.

ABN AMRO, Barclays and HSBC have launch the first Euro-denominated bond for Korea Electric Power Corp KEPCO in over six-years with a E250 million five-year deal that priced at the aggressive end of the deal's revised guidance.

Initially marketed to investors last week during roadshows at 35bp over mid-swaps, guidance was cut to 34bp-35bp over. After building strong momentum in early roadshows in Asia bankers opted to limit the investor book and offer attractive pricing...

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