Sunday, Nov 25, 2012
Abu Dhabi: The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) said, it has successfully issued a 500 million Malaysian ring (more)
Sunday, Nov 25, 2012
Abu Dhabi: The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) said, it has successfully issued a 500 million Malaysian ringgit (MYR) ($163.4 million or Dh600.1 million) Sukuk, its third issuance denominated in Malaysian ringgit (MYR) and the first ever issue of a subordinated debt by a non-Malaysian FI (Financial institutions) in Malaysia.
The new Sukuk was issued for 15years at a coupon of 4.75 per cent following strong investor demand.
HSBC Amanah Malaysia Berhad, Maybank Investment Bank Berhad, Standard Chartered Saadiq Berhad, and National Bank of Abu Dhabi Malaysia Berhad were the joint lead managers of this transaction.
âWe are very pleased that NBAD has set yet another landmark transaction and will continue to show our commitment to a truly Global Debt Platform. This new issue, which also strengthens NBADâs capital levels, reflects the commitment of NBAD to create a yield curve in MYR to meet the strong investor demand for our credit and fits in very well with our core strategy of diversifying the bankâs funding sources and extending our maturity profile.â said Stephen Jordan, NBADâs Group Treasurer.
NBAD issued its first sukuk and first issuance denominated in Malaysian ringgit (MYR) in June 2010. The groundbreaking 500 million ringgit issuance will mature in 2015.
In December 2010, NBAD issued its second 500 million ringgit, which will mature in 2020. Both issuances received extremely strong investor demand and were oversubscribed, showing strong investor appetite for NBADâs credit risk.
Recently, NBAD inaugurated its wholly owned subsidiary National Bank of Abu Dhabi Malaysia Berhad ( NBAD â Malaysia) in Kuala Lumpur and made Malaysia its regional hub to lead expansion in the country and across Southeast Asia.
Last month, RAM Ratings, the Malaysian premier credit-rating agency, has reaffirmed National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSCâs ( NBAD ) respective long and short-term financial institution ratings, at AAA and P1.
Gulf News 2012. All rights reserved.
A Friend Print This Page Save as PDF Â© Copyright . All Rights Reserved.
-- Bing Search