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The World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, IBRD rated Aaa/AAA) has priced a New Zealand dollar 550 million 5-year 4.625% fixed-rate bond due February 2, 2028. The benchmark bond was launched with an initial minimum target size of NZD 300 million and was increased due to strong investor demand.

The deal priced at 99.801389% to yield 4.67% p.a. semi-annual. This equates to a spread of 54.5 basis points over the New Zealand Government Bond due May 15, 2028. The joint-lead managers for the transaction are Bank of New Zealand, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, The Toronto-Dominion Bank.

“We are extremely appreciative of New Zealand dollar investors that supported Kauri issuance,” said Andrea Dore, Head of Funding, World Bank. “Funding from diverse global investor groups and various currencies and countries helps the World Bank to efficiently support its member countries.”