|Issuer Name||Ministry of Finance - Lebanon|
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|Status||Bond Name||Country||Date *||Issue Size ($M)||Arranger|
Deutsche Bank AG
BNP Paribas Dubai
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Emirates NBD PJSC
ING Investment Management (Middle East) Limited
MAC SA Incorporation Company
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Malaysian energy company Petronas began roadshows to raise up to USD17 billion from conventional and Islamic bonds, or sukuk, for working capital. Petronas will conduct roadshows in Kuala Lumpur, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, London, Hong Kong, Boston, Los Angeles and New York from Thursday to March 10.Reuters, 05 Mar 2015
Doha Bank has received shareholder backing to issue capital-boosting bonds worth up to 2 billion riyals (USD 549.3 million) as well as assent for issuance of regular bonds, Qatar's fifth-largest lender by assets said.Reuters, 05 Mar 2015
Doha Bank, which prefers an organic route, has received shareholders approval for the USD 2 billion multi-tranche debt notes 'bonds', the first of which is expected to hit the market either this month or early next.Gulf Times, 05 Mar 2015
05 March 2015 DOHA: The extraordinary general assembly (EGM) of Doha Bank yesterday gave approval to the bank to issue Tier 1 capital instruments worth QR2bn. The issuance of these instruments will enhance bank's Tier 1 capital base and strengthen its Capital Adequacy Ratio. The shareholders of the bank also gave nod to issue debt bonds using Doha Bank EMTN programme."The future plan of the bank iThe Peninsula, 05 Mar 2015
Emirates NBD picked six banks to arrange investor meetings across Europe starting Monday ahead of issuing a potential benchmark bond, a document from lead arrangers showed.Reuters, 04 Mar 2015
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