|Issuer Name||Burgan Bank|
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|Status||Bond Name||Country||Date *||Issue Size ($M)||Arranger|
Bank of America Merrill Lynch(BAC)
Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank
HSBC Bank Middle East Limited
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc.
GIB Capital LLC
Samba Capital and Investment Management Company
Saudi Fransi Capital LLC
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Commercial International Bank (CIB), Egypt's largest listed company, said its board had approved a plan to raise up to EGP8 billion (USD1 billion) to fund expansion.Reuters, 11 Feb 2016
MUSCAT - Feb. 10The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association (GBSA) in partnership with Dentons and Standard Chartered Bank has held its inaugural debt capital market conference in Oman. The conference, which gathered senior government officials with over 100 leaders from the corporate, financial, legal and regulatory communities, coincided with an intensification of Sukuk and bond issuance activity in theOman Daily Observer, 10 Feb 2016
10 February 2016 JEDDAH -- The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association (GBSA), in partnership with Dentons and Standard Chartered Bank, has held its inaugural debt capital market conference in Oman. The conference, which gathered senior government officials with over 100 leaders from the corporate, financial, legal and regulatory communities, coincided with an intensification of sukuk and bond issuance aThe Saudi Gazette, 10 Feb 2016
UAE is to ratify law by end of this year that will allow federal govt to issue bonds, after which UAE would issue about AED80-100 billion (USD22-27 billion) worth of debt.Reuters, 09 Feb 2016
09 February 2016 Dubai - The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association (GBSA) in partnership with Dentons and Standard Chartered Bank has held its inaugural debt capital market conference in Oman. The conference, which gathered senior government officials with over 100 leaders from the corporate, financial, legal and regulatory communities, coincided with an intensification of sukuk and bond issuance activiPress Release, 09 Feb 2016
US-allied Gulf state struggled to overcome bitter divisions after a revolt in 2011 by majority Shi'ite Muslims.
Firms have been looking at Iran's mining sector which boasts one of world's largest undeveloped zinc projects.
Last year was the deadliest year for migrants and refugees crossing the Mediterranean.
Internal clashes over oil contracts, as hardliners oppose contracts, push to have a bigger say.
India has invited investments in a slew of oil projects and UAE wants to use overseas investment to diversify its asset base.
There is a sharp spike in legal cases brought before the local courts in Dubai.
Once known as happy Arabia, Yemen has been disfigured by 10 months of war into one of worst humanitarian crises in world.
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