Brisbane Airport

Thursday, 16 July 2020
Jun/Jul 2020

Corporates find more crisis funding options

The economy-wide impact of COVID-19 has affected Australian corporate borrowers in a host of ways. But access to funds has generally remained in place as issuers navigate a path back to some type of normality – even for those in the most affected sectors.

Tuesday, 30 June 2020
Jun/Jul 2020

Insights from the corporate front line: Brisbane Airport and the COVID-19 crisis

Airports around the world have gone quiet as result of COVID-19, bringing corporate liquidity to the fore. Brisbane Airport Corporation was able to re-engage the Australian domestic market in late June for a deal it was looking to execute prior to the crisis. The airport’s head of corporate finance, Warren Briggs, speaks with KangaNews about the deal process and crisis management.

Monday, 22 June 2020

Brisbane Airport launches domestic benchmark transaction

On 23 June, Brisbane Airport (BBB/Baa2) launched a new Australian dollar denominated benchmark transaction, offered in either or both six- and 10.5-year tenor. Indicative price guidance for the six-year tranche is 275-300 basis points area over semi-quarterly swap, while the 10.5-year tranche, which is offered in either or both fixed and floating-rate note format, is 375-400 basis points area over swap benchmarks.

Monday, 22 June 2020

Brisbane Airport taking indications of interest for Australian dollar deal

On 22 June, Brisbane Airport (BBB/Baa2) began taking indications of interest for a new Australian dollar denominated transaction, offered in either or both six- and 10.5-year tenor. Indicative price guidance for the six-year tranche is 300-325 basis points area over semi-quarterly swap, while the 10.5-year tranche, which is proposed in either fixed or floating-rate note format, is 400-415 basis points area over swap benchmarks.

Tuesday, 03 March 2020

Brisbane Airport exploring 7-10.5 year domestic deal

On 4 March, Brisbane Airport Corporation (BBB/Baa2) revealed plans for a potential 7-10.5 year, Australian dollar denominated transaction. Commonwealth Bank of Australia, MUFG Securities and National Australia Bank have been mandated to arrange a series of investor meetings in Australia and Asia beginning on 6 March.

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