Bahrain Commercial Facilities Company has closed a US$53 million floating rate, unsecured note issuance due in 2019.
Arab Banking Corporation (ABC) was the sole lead manager, while Trowers & Hamlins acted as lead counsel to th
Dentons, a major global law firm, has advised the National Bank Oman (NBO) on the establishment of a listed and rated $600 million Euro Medium Term Note programme, and the debut issue of $500 million 3.125 per cent Notes.
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (Adib) is offering investors low-risk exposure to global sharia-compliant stocks through a new 100 per cent capital-protected note that tracks the Dow Jones Islamic Market Titans 100 index.
The launch of the
Nearly 100 international healthcare experts and pioneers will attend a conference on minimally invasive surgery and natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (Notes), which is to begin on May 24 in Abu Dhabi.
The two-day con
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company's (Mumtalakat) Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) and senior unsecured rating at BBB.
Fitch also affirmed Mumtalakat's Short-Term IDR at F3, while the outlook on the Long-Te
Fitch Ratings has assigned Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company's $750 million, five per cent notes, due on June 30, 2015, a final senior unsecured rating of 'A'.
The programme's final rating follows a review of its final ter
Fitch Ratings has assigned Bahrain-based Gulf International Bank's (GIB) SR3.5 billion ($933 million) unsecured unsubordinated floating-rate notes due in April 2015 a long-term 'A' rating.
The issue was launched through the bank's Riyadh b
Moody's has given Baa3 and Ba1 ratings to Bahrain-based United Gulf Bank's (UGB) senior unsecured and subordinated notes to be issued under $1 billion Euro Medium-Term Note (EMTN) Programme. The ratings of the notes carry a negat
Dubai, the Gulf's trade hub, has suspended a tranche of a Dh15 billion ($4.08 billion) notes programme intended to fund development projects due to the credit crisis, a senior policy-maker said on Saturday.
While the first Dh6.5 billio