|Issuer Name||Ministry of Finance - Egypt|
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|Status||Bond Name||Country||Date *||Issue Size ($M)||Arranger|
BNP Paribas S.A.
Citigroup Global Markets Limited
Natixis Asset Management
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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03 June 2015 DOHA: Barwa Bank recently convened its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and approved the financials and budgets of the bank, including a cash dividend of 10 percent to shareholders for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2014.The AGM also discussed the bank's vision going forward, highlighting the role of Sukuk and bond issuance in its record growth, said a statement. During the AGM, sharThe Peninsula, 03 Jun 2015
The weighted average rate of interestPress Release, 02 Jun 2015
Iran's Ministry of Petroleum is to print bonds worth 50,000 billion rials for financing projects in the current calendar year, a deputy minister of petroleum said.IRNA, 02 Jun 2015
02 June 2015 JEDDAH -- As Saudi Arabian authorities prepare to open the stock market to direct foreign investment this month, they're laying plans for a fresh set of reforms: measures to expand and energize the corporate debt market.Corporate bond issuance in the kingdom is the most active in the region, but it lags far behind its potential. There have been no conventional bonds sold in Saudi ArabThe Saudi Gazette, 02 Jun 2015
June 01 (Reuters) -Following are terms and conditionsof a bond priced on Monday.Borrower Bank of Sharjah PJSC(Bank of Sharjah) BOS.ADIssue Amount $500 millionMaturity Date June 8, 2020Coupon 3.374 pctIssue price ParReoffer price ParReoffer yield 3.374 pctSpread 175 basis pointsUnderlying govt bond Over the midswapsPayment Date June 8, 2015Lead Manager(s) CMZ, Emirates & JPMRatings BBB+(Fitch)ListiReuters, 01 Jun 2015
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|Issuer Name||Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Middle East) Limited|
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