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K&L Gates Again Advises Republic of Indonesia on Billion Dollar Eurobond Issuance

31 July 2015
Singapore - Global law firm K&L Gates LLP has represented the Republic of Indonesia on its latest sovereign debt issuance. The nation sold €1.25 billion (USD1.36 billion) of 3.375% notes due 2025 under its US$30 billion Global Medium Term Note Program. The transaction, which closed on July 30, 2015, marks the Republic’s second successful Euro-denominated bond issue, following its debut 7-year €1 billion issuance last year, on which K&L Gates also represented the Republic.

Singapore partner Lawrence Altman led the K&L Gates team advising on the deal, assisted by Hong Kong partner Neil Campbell, Seattle partner Chris Cunningham and Tokyo partner Robert Melson. They were supported by Singapore counsel Chris Tan and Tokyo associate CJ Hoppel.

Altman commented: “We are pleased that we were again able to support the Republic of Indonesia in its second offering of Euro-denominated notes, having assisted the Republic with its initial foray into the Euro-denominated bond market last year.”

Deutsche Bank, Societe Generale, and Standard Chartered Bank acted as joint bookrunners on the transaction. PT Bahana Securities, PT Danareska Sekuritas, and PT Mandiri Sekuritas acted as co-managers.

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