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Issuance of Second and Third Non-guaranteed Domestic Bonds
Launch of 20-Billion Yen 3-Year Bonds & 40-Billion Yen 5-Year Bonds

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August 4, 2017
  1. The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC; Governor: Akira Kondoh) launched 20 billion yen 3-year and 40 billion yen 5-year domestic bonds without a Japanese government guarantee. JBIC has taken into consideration market conditions and investors' demands carefully through investor relations and marketing. The issue has successfully attracted demand from wide range of investors.
     
  2. The followings are the basic features of the issuance:
     

    JBIC Second Non-guaranteed Domestic Bonds

    Issuer :Japan Bank for International Cooperation
    Amount :20 billion yen
    Maturity :3 years (bullet repayment due on June 19, 2020)
    Issue Date :August 10, 2017
    Coupon :0.001%
    Issue Price :100 %
    Collateral :General collateral
    Use of Funds :JBIC ordinary operations
    Lead Managers :Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co., Ltd.
      Nomura Securities Co., Ltd.
      Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd.

    JBIC Third Non-guaranteed Domestic Bonds

    Issuer :Japan Bank for International Cooperation
    Amount :40 billion yen
    Maturity :5 years (bullet repayment due on June 20, 2022)
    Issue Date :August 10, 2017
    Coupon :0.03%
    Issue Price :100%
    Collateral :General collateral
    Use of Funds :JBIC ordinary operations
    Lead Managers :Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co., Ltd.
      Nomura Securities Co., Ltd.
      Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd.
  3. The credit rating for the bonds:
    Moody's Japan K.K.: A1
    S&P Global Ratings Japan Inc.: A+
    Rating and Investment Information, Inc.: AA+
    Japan Credit Rating Agency, Ltd.: AAA
     

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