|Issuer Name||Ministry of Finance - Egypt|
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Barclays Bank PLC
ING Investment Management (Middle East) Limited
Mizuho Capital Markets (UK) Limited
Wells Fargo Bank
BNP Paribas Middle East & Africa
National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC
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DUBAI, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Bank Dhofar BDOF.OM , Oman&aposs second-largest bank by assets, won shareholder approval for plans to raise its capital by as much as $300 million, including through the issuance of capital-boosting bonds, it said on Saturday.The lender said shareholders attending a meeting on Feb. 26 unanimously backed plans to issue bonds with a perpetual tenor which would enhance the bReuters, 28 Feb 2015
26 February 2015 Al Khaliji has hiked its future bond issue size up to $2.5bn as part of a strategy to shore up its capital and better position its balance sheet in supporting Qatar's long-term growth.Shareholders yesterday gave their nod to the board proposal to increase in the EMTN (Euro Medium Term Note) programme for non-convertible bonds from $750mn (approved in 2012) up to $2.5bn or the equiGulf Times, 26 Feb 2015
* Shareholders approve up to $1.75 bln bond sale* Cash for financing activity in Qatar - CEO* May issue part of allowance in 2015(Adds detail, context)DOHA, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Qatar&aposs Al Khaliji Commercial Bank KCBK.QA won shareholder assent on Wednesday to issue up to $1.75 billion in bonds which its chief executive said would be used for financing activities in the Gulf Arab state.Bond issuaReuters, 25 Feb 2015
Qatar's Al Khaliji Commercial Bank won shareholder assent on Wednesday to issue up to $1.75 billion in bonds which its chief executive said would be used for financing activities in the Gulf Arab state.Reuters, 25 Feb 2015
25 February 2015BEIRUT: Lebanon’s successful issuance of its largest-ever Eurobond of $2.2 billion will meet the state’s short-term needs, but Parliament must approve further bond sales to cover all expenses for 2015, Finance Minister Ali Hasan Khalil said Tuesday.Khalil said the Finance Ministry was seeking to tap the market for $4.4 billion in Eurobond sales to meet all its needs for 2015.“We haThe Daily Star, 25 Feb 2015
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|Issuer Name||Al Rehab Securitization|
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