Government of The Bahamas’ US$600 Million Bond Offering

Hogan Lovells has advised the Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas on the transaction.

The Bahamas issued a US$600 million issue of 8.95% bonds, due 2032.

The bonds were sold following a “virtual” investor roadshow in October which updated investors on economic and financial trends in The Bahamas, as well as the Government’s recent policy initiatives for combating the COVID-19 pandemic and plans for reopening its tourism sector.

The core Hogan Lovells team advising on the transaction was an all women, majority-minority team, led by Global Head of Capital Markets, Eve Howard, and counsel Tifarah Roberts Allen, senior associate Catalina Santos Parkinson, and associate Sarah Branch.

The core Hogan Lovells team advising on the transaction was an all women, majority-minority team, led by Global Head of Capital Markets, Eve Howard (Picture), and counsel Tifarah Roberts Allen, senior associate Catalina Santos Parkinson, and associate Sarah Branch.

Involved fees earner: Sarah Branch – Hogan Lovells; Eve Howard – Hogan Lovells; Tifarah Roberts Allen – Hogan Lovells; Catalina Santos Parkinson – Hogan Lovells;

Law Firms: Hogan Lovells;

Clients: Government of Bahamas;

Author: Ambrogio Visconti