|Issuer Name||Ministry of Finance - Egypt|
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|Status||Bond Name||Country||Date *||Issue Size ($M)||Arranger|
National Bank of Abu Dhabi - Lebanon
Commerzbank AG Dubai Branch
Emirates NBD PJSC
First Gulf Bank PJSC
Citibank N.A. - UAE
Deutsche Bank AG
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Egypt has chosen banks to handle its return to international bond market after a gap of five years, underlining return of economic, political stability in country after Arab Spring uprising of 2011.Reuters, 26 May 2015
DUBAI, May 26 (Reuters) - Egypt as picked five banks to arrange fixed income investor meetings from Thursday ahead of a potential dollar-denominated bond issue, a document from lead arrangers showed on Tuesday.The sovereign, rated B3/B-/B by Moody&aposs/Standard and Poor&aposs/ Fitch, has mandated BNP Paribas, Citigroup, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Natixis to arrange the roadshows.Meetings for tReuters, 26 May 2015
Egypt has appointed BNP Paribas, Citigroup, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Natixis as joint lead managers for a potential Eurobond.Reuters, 26 May 2015
Dubai, 24 May 2015HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance received the Chairman, HE Khalifa Mohammed Al Kindi, and Board of Directors of the UAE Central Bank at Zabeel Palace today. The meeting was attended by HE Khalid Juma Al Majid, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors; HE Mubarak Rashed Al Mansoori, Governor of the UAE Central Bank and boardPress Release, 24 May 2015
24 May 2015 Abu Dhabi - FGB, one of the leading banks in the UAE, has been named 'Most Impressive Middle East Borrower' at the 2015 GlobalCapital Bond Market Awards. FGB representatives received the award at a ceremony recently held at London's Guildhall.The ceremony was held as part of GlobalCapital's ninth annual gala dinner, to celebrate the best borrowers, banks and bankers in the sovereign, sPress Release, 24 May 2015
The looming lifting of a number of sanctions off Iran will deliver a robust economic payoff to UAE.
Jordan’s decision to begin a phased withdrawal of electricity subsidies was undoubtedly positive for its public finances.
A sign that there is still money to be made in much of the country despite civil war and low oil prices.
Abu Dhabi's goal to become a regional financial hub to rival Dubai is taking shape.
Amendments to commercial companies law in Bahrain aided reform to its corporate environment.
Saudi investment policy makers are keen to see foreign participation in public infrastructure projects.
There is concern that Islamic States' expansion could derail efforts to boost trade and investment.
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