Malaysia Air, ADCB turn to ringgit bid

State-owned Malaysia Airports got a big response to its debut domestic bond at the end of last week, attracting M$10bn ($3.18bn) of orders only days before Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank came to the market with its own deal.

  • 26 Aug 2010
Citi and CIMB arranged a M$1bn 10 year bond for Malaysia Airports, priced at par with a coupon of 4.55%. The bookrunners had sounded out investors with price guidance of 4.65%-4.85% early last week, then cut guidance to 4.45%-4.65% on August 20, pricing the deal in the middle ...

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