SG debt listings Tuesday: Mizuho Financial, Studio City

U.S. one-dollar and five-dollar currency notes; taken September 2018.U.S. one-dollar and five-dollar currency notes; taken September 2018.

These are entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore on Tuesday, 22 February 2022: Mizuho Financial Group and Studio City. 

Mizuho Financial Group

Mizuho Financial Group said Tuesday its US$750 million senior callable floating rate notes due 2026 (ISIN code: US60687YBY41) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Wednesday.

The notes, which will trade in U.S. dollars, will be in denomination of US$200,000, which is also the minimum board lot size, the Japanese financial company said in a filing to SGX.

Mizuho Financial Group

Mizuho Financial Group said Tuesday its US$500 million 3.261 percent senior callable fixed-to-fixed reset rate notes due 2030 (ISIN code: US60687YBX67) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Wednesday. 

The notes, which will trade in U.S. dollars, will be in denomination of US$200,000, which is also the minimum board lot size, the financial company said in a filing to SGX.

Mizuho Financial Group

Mizuho Financial Group said Tuesday its US$600 million 2.651 percent senior callable fixed-to-fixed reset rate notes due 2026 (ISIN code: US60687YCA55) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Wednesday. 

The notes, which will trade in U.S. dollars, will be in denomination of US$200,000, which is also the minimum board lot size, the financial company said in a filing to SGX.

Studio City Co. 

Studio City Co. said Tuesday its US$350 million 7 percent fixed-rate senior secured notes due 2027 (ISIN codes: US86400GAC33 and USG8539EAC96) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Wednesday. 

The notes, which will trade in U.S. dollars, will be in denomination of US$200,000, which is also the minimum board lot size, the company said in a filing to SGX.

Studio City, a subsidiary of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, provides hotel services, including lodging, dining, entertainment, casino and events, in Macau.

Deutsche Bank was the sole bookrunner for the deal, according to S&P Global, which said the proceeds would partially fund capital expenditure for a remaining project and for general corporate purposes.