Friday 10th November 2023
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Auckland Airport has successfully completed a new Australian medium-term notes (AMTN) issue of A$350 million 10-year fixed rate bonds due 16 November 2033 with the final order book in excess of A$1.2 billion. The issue has been rated A- by S&P Global.
As the issue was made using the company’s wholesale AMTN programme it was open to institutional investors only, with funds from the issue to be used to fund the company’s capital investment programme. This was the first issue in six years into the Australian market by Auckland Airport and follows recent issues in its domestic bond programme in May and October this year.
Auckland Airport Chief Financial Officer, Phil Neutze, said “It was great to be back in the AMTN market and to see such a strong response from investors. Support from global debt markets, such as Australia, will be critical as we build the infrastructure required to service the needs of travellers, airlines and New Zealand for the next generation.”
MUFG and Westpac were the joint lead managers for the transaction.
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