Bell Canada starts CAD 1.55 bln, USD 1.1 bln notes offerings

Monday 15 March 2021 | 12:06 CET | News
Bell Canada has announced public notes offerings worth CAD 1.55 billion and USD 1.1 billion, in four series. All of the series should close on 17 March, fully and unconditionally guaranteed by BCE, and not condioned on each other. The money raised will go towards the full or partial redemption of the company's CAD 1.7 billion 3.00 percent medium term notes, Series M-40, due 3 October 2022. Funds left over will be used to repay short-term debt.

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Companies: BCE / Bell Canada
Countries: Canada / United States
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