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IDB launches second $1 billion global bond issue of 1999

The Inter-American Development Bank launched its second $1 billion global bond issue of the current calendar year, paying a semiannual coupon of 5 and 1/8 percent.

IDB and Banco Santander launch new book on risk analysis

The Inter-American Development Bank and Grupo Santander of Spain have introduced a joint Spanish language publication designed to assist financial institutions, investors, regulators and legislators design more modern and effective risk management systems applicable to Latin America.

IDB announces new discount note program

The Inter-American Development Bank announced that it is preparing to launch a new short-term borrowing instrument in the form of a Discount Note Program. The three dealers appointed to arrange the program are Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) , Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch GSI.

IDB, Britain, sign 2 million agreement to assist 10 nations: Central American Isthmus, the Caribbean, and Mexico

Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias and Clare Short, Britain's Secretary of State for International Development, signed documents establishing a fund of 2 million pounds sterling to help institutions build executive and developmental capacity in 10 countries that include the Central American Isthmus, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

IDB launches global bond issue of $1 billion

The Inter-American Development Bank launched its first $1 billion global bond issue of the year, paying a semiannual coupon of 5 and 1/8 percent and with a maturity date of February 5, 2004.

Rome's budget director to speak at IDB about municipal financing

The budget director of the Municipality of Rome, Linda Lanzillotta, will make a presentation at the Inter-American Development Bank on Thursday, January 21, on the Italian capital city's experience in raising funds in international and domestic capital markets to finance its municipal activities.

Finance Minister of Argentina calls markets to keep calm

The Finance minister of Argentina and Inter-American Development Bank governor, Roque B. Fernández, recommended patience for financial markets after the economic measures announced by the government of Brazil.

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