The debt listings item will be on hiatus from 6 December 2019.
These are companies which announced debt listing confirmations on Monday, 2 December 2019: TMB Bank and Export-Import Bank of Korea.
TMB Bank said Monday its US$400 million 4.9 percent perpetual additional tier 1 capital securities will be listed and quoted on the SGX bond market on Tuesday.
The notes will be quoted in U.S. dollars and will be in denominations of US$200,000 and integral multiples of US$1,000 above that, the bank said in a filing to SGX. It added the notes will trade in a minimum board lot size of US$200,000.
Citigroup Global Markets and HSBC were the lead managers and bookrunners, the filing said.
Export-Import Bank of Korea
The Export-Import Bank of Korea said Monday its 705 billion rupiah 6.7 percent fixed-rate synthetic notes due 2024 will be listed and quoted on SGX’s bond market on Tuesday.
The notes will be quoted and traded in rupiah, and will be in denominations of 10 million rupiah and integral multiples of 10 million rupiah, the Export-Import Bank of Korea said in a filing to SGX. The minimum board lot size will be 500,000 rupiah, with a minimum of 5,000 lots, the filing said.
Morgan Stanley & Co. International was the lead manager and bookrunner, the filing said.