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Auckland Airport to open new bond offer

written by WOFA | October 13, 2009

Auckland International Airport Limited (AIAL) has announced that it plans to make a NZ$125m (A$102m) public bonds issue during late October.

The bonds will have a maturity term of five years, with the fixed interest rate to be announced prior to the offer opening later this month, with the issue expected to close in late November. The bonds will be direct, unsecured, unsubordinated debt obligations of Auckland Airport.

The offer is being managed by Goldman Sachs JBWere and ANZ.


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