Kuwait International Bank starts marketing $300mln sukuk
Citigroup, Dubai Islamic Bank, First Abu Dhabi Bank, KAMCO Investment Co, KFH Capital Investment Company, and Standard Chartered Bank have been hired to lead the transaction
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By Davide Barbuscia, Reuters News
DUBAI - Kuwait International Bank started marketing $300 million perpetual sukuk, or Islamic bonds to boost its tier 1 capital, with a yield of around 6.25%, a document by one of the banks leading the deal showed.
Perpetual bonds mimic some of the characteristics of equity because they lack a maturity date.