OMA will be a new issuer of sustainability-linked bonds

In order to raise funds to finance its Master Development Plan (PMD) and to refinance liabilities, Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte (OMA), Mexico's air terminal operator, will issue new sustainability bonds for up to 4 billion pesos this Thursday, March 31.

The airport operator in the country announced that the sale of debt securities will be carried out in the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) and two tranches will be offered, one will mature in 2027 and the second in 2029.

In a presentation to investors, he indicated that the five-year bond will offer a variable interest rate, referenced to the TIIE 28 plus 25 basis points, and the one maturing in seven years will offer a fixed interest rate based on the MBONO 29 plus 25 basis points.

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