|Issuer Name||Oman Electricity Transmission Company S.A.O.C|
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Citigroup Global Markets Limited
Deutsche Bank AG
Emirates NBD Asset Management Limited
National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC
Societe Generale S.A.
BNP Paribas S.A.
Natixis Asset Management
Goldman Sachs Bank
HSBC Bank Middle East Limited
Barclays Bank PLC
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04 May 2015 MUSCAT: Oman's power sector regulator is warning that the ongoing subsidisation of the electricity sector, at enormous cost to the government and the wider economy, is unsustainable and would need to be reviewed and reformed in the longer term interest of the country. For example, a staggering 85 per cent of residential customers continue to enjoy access to electricity at a paltry 10 bOman Daily Observer, 04 May 2015
04 May 2015 MUSCAT: BankDhofar has announced that it has received Central Bank of Oman approval for the issuance of Additional Tier 1 Capital Securities (AT1) in the form of perpetual Tier 1 Securities with a coupon to be determined at the time of issue based on market conditions to raise up to $300 million or equivalent in Omani Rials outside Oman.AT1 issue, the preferred option for raising capitOman Daily Observer, 04 May 2015
03 May 2015• 52% of Respondents Save for Retirement• 44% Make Payments towards LoansDubai - National Bonds Corporation (National Bonds),the leading sharia-compliant savings and investments company in the UAE, has announced the latest results of its ongoingfinancial health check survey that is open to customers online. Findingsindicate that only 36% of the respondents save for retirement, while 28%Press Release, 03 May 2015
30/04/2015The Listing Committee held on 29/04/2015 announced the 3rd subscription re-open of Treasury Bonds March 10, 2018, according to the letter received from MCDR on 22/04/2015, including its approval to list the increase of Treasury Bonds March 10, 2018, with an additional LE 3 billion (distributed over 3 million bonds at a par value of LE 1000) to reach LE 11 billion, with a fixed rate of 12The Egyptian Exchange, 30 Apr 2015
30/04/2015The Listing Committee held on 29/04/2015 announced the 5th subscription re-open of Treasury Bonds FEb 10, 2022, according to the letter received from MCDR on 22/04/2015, including its approval to list the increase of Treasury Bonds Feb 10, 2022, with an additional LE 1.750 billion (distributed over 1.750 million bonds at a par value of LE 1000) to reach LE 9.5 billion, with a fixed rateThe Egyptian Exchange, 30 Apr 2015
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