As a premier listing venue for sovereign, supranational and agency bonds, London Stock Exchange has deep experience in hosting milestone debut issuances. They include China’s first international sovereign RMB bond, AIIB's inaugural bond transaction, as well as Hong Kong and Chile’s first green bonds and the world's first emerging market green sovereign bond from Fiji.
Join a strong G-20 and emerging market sovereign, supranational, sub-and quasi-sovereign and agency peer group.
Through our secondary markets (link), including MTS (link), one of Europe's leading electronic fixed income trading platform, support an active secondary market for international bonds. London has the deepest global markets for bonds, foreign exchange and derivatives.
LSEG enables issuers to create a consistent presence in the market, create a yield curve across tenors and execute new transactions during opportune market windows.
Through a listing on LSEG, issuers benefit from the prestige and reputation of a London listing and can take advantage of rapid turnaround times, and a smooth and efficient process.
Devise an impactful campaign around the issuance to maximise visibility with the international investor base and the global financial community.
LSEG has a longstanding relationship with a number of countries, including partnerships with local financial infrastructure to develop electronic capital markets, local currency financing and ecosystems of entrepreneurship, through ELITE.
*Source: TheCityUK estimates (2011), World Federation of Exchanges (2011)
London Stock Exchange today welcomes Ukraine issuing its USD1.25bn 6.876% notes due May 2029 to London Stock Exchange’s Main Market. This is an inaugural listing of Ukraine’s sovereign Eurobonds on London Stock Exchange.
The new 8-year offering, which marked the first funding exercise of the Sovereign in international debt capital markets in 2021, received bids in excess of
The UK Government today celebrated the listing of its second sovereign Sukuk on London Stock Exchange. The 5-year offering was for £500 million, more than double the size of the UK Government’s debut issuance and the largest sterling Sukuk issuance to date. The UK’s second Sukuk saw strong investor participation, with demand from a diverse group of high-quality institutional investors from the
The Arab Republic of Egypt celebrated the listing of its US$750mn 5.25% note, due October 2025, by opening London’s markets for trading today. The transaction, which represents the first sovereign green bond issuance from the Middle East & North Africa, was well received by the market, with a high quality orderbook in excess of US$3.8bn. The strong demand from global investors for the paper
London Stock Exchange today welcomes the United Mexican States issuing their EUR750mn 1.35% note due September 2027 to London Stock Exchange’s International Securities Market. The deal was more than 6 times oversubscribed, receiving bids in excess of $4.8bn from over 260 investors.
This transaction makes Mexico the first country in the Americas to issue a sustainability sovereign