Mexico in $1.75 Billion Notes Reopening

September 25, 2009

Cleary Gottlieb represented the United Mexican States in the $1 billion reopening of its 5.950% notes due 2019 and $750 million reopening of its 6.05% notes due 2040. Barclays Capital and J.P. Morgan Securities acted as joint lead managers. The deal launched on September 18 and closed on September 25.

The deal brings the amount outstanding of Mexico’s 2019 and 2040 notes to $3 billion and $2.25 billion respectively. The notes were issued under Mexico’s medium-term note program registered with the SEC, and are listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.