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|Status||Sukuk Name||Country||Sukuk Structure||Date *||Issue Size ($M)||Arranger / Advisor|
CIMB Investment Bank Berhad
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Items marked ** denote new or amended listingsMONDAY, MARCH 30 (until April 4) MALAYSIA - World Halal Summit Details: http://www.worldhalalsummit.com/MONDAY, APRIL 13 (until April 14) UAE - World Takaful Conference Details: http://worldtakaful.megaevents.net/MONDAY, MAY 11 (until May 15) MALAYSIA - IFSB-FIS Workshop on IFSB Standards for Regulatory and Supervisory Authorities of the IFSB Member CoReuters, 30 Mar 2015
Following are major Islamic bond issues in the global pipeline.Reuters, 29 Mar 2015
The Malaysian Islamic banking arm of HSBC Holdings has raised 750 million ringgit ($205 million) from the sale of a 5-year Islamic bonds (sukuk) at a yield of 4.24 percent, IFR reported.Reuters, 26 Mar 2015
26 March 2015 MARC has affirmed its ratings of AAA/AAAID on The Export-Import Bank of Korea's (KEXIM) Conventional and/or Islamic Medium-Term Notes (MTN) programmes with a combined nominal value of RM3.0 billion and AAA on KEXIM's RM1.0 billion MTN programme. The outlook on the ratings is stable.The affirmed ratings incorporate MARC's assessment of support uplift from the government of the RepubliPress Release, 26 Mar 2015
The Malaysian Islamic banking arm of HSBC Holdings will tap the Islamic bonds (sukuk) market for only the third time on Friday, as part of a 3 billion ringgit ($816 million) sukuk programme.Reuters, 26 Mar 2015
Lifting a moratorium on North Field development would help Doha compete with new gas market entrants.
Saudi Arabia has taken inspiration from the east as it prepares to open up.
Success would set up Riyadh as a leader of Sunni states, and failure may hamper alliances in future ventures.
Companies in the Middle East and North Africa are facing rising costs to fight financial crime.
The construction industry is preparing for a boom in the wake of the Egypt Economic Development Conference.
Saleh's continuing ability to deploy forces and take a seat at any negotiating table will prove pivotal to Yemen's future.
GCC has almost zero eco exposure to Yemen, may benefit from Yemen conflict if it pushes up global oil prices, analysts said.
|Issuer Name||IDB Trust Services Limited|
|Sukuk Structure||Al-Wakala Bel-Istithmar|
|Issuer Name||Investment and Development Office (Government of Ras Al Khaimah)|
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