Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Mabati Bond

One of Kenya's most successful private companies - Mabati is set to launch a corporate bond at the Nairobi Stock Exchange. This is a few months after two tranches of Barclays Bank Bonds, and with the Kenya Government still keen on a $500 million sovereign bond, it appears bonds are back just a year after they were out of favour at the NSE, with the equities markets having cooled off considerably.


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