SG debt listings Friday: DBS Bank, Ascendas REIT, Coruripe Netherlands

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These are entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore on Friday, 25 February 2022: DBS Bank’s Australia branch, DBS Bank’s Hong Kong branch, Ascendas REIT and Coruripe Netherlands B.V.

DBS Bank’s Australia branch

DBS Bank‘s Australia branch said Frida its A$200 million floating rate notes due 2023 (ISIN code: AU3FN0066718) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Monday. 

The notes, which will be traded in Australian dollars, will have a minimum board lot size of A$200,000, the bank said in a filing to SGX.

DBS Bank’s Hong Kong branch

DBS Bank‘s Hong Kong branch said Friday its HK$500 million 1.35 percent notes due 2023 (ISIN code: XS2448385299) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Monday. 

The notes, which will trade in Hong Kong dollars, will be in denomination of HK$1 million, with a minimum board lot size of HK$100,000, with a minimum of 20 lots in a single transaction, the bank said in a filing to SGX.

Ascendas REIT

HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) in its capacity as trustee of Ascendas REIT, said Friday its HK$661 million 3.08 percent green fixed-rate notes due 2032 (ISIN code: XS2448395843) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Monday. 

The notes, which will trade in Hong Kong dollars, will be in denomination of HK$1 million, with a minimum board lot size of HK$500,000, to be traded in lots of four, the REIT said in a filing to SGX. 

Coruripe Netherlands B.V. 

Coruripe Netherlands B.V. said Friday its US$300 million 10 percent senior secured notes due 2027 (ISIN codes: US22088DAA81 and USN2322CAA38) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Monday. 

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. 

The notes are guaranteed by Coruripe, the ninth largest sugar-ethanol group in Brazil, and GTW Agronegócios S.A.

The notes will be secured by collateral including the Iturama mills and equipment, and a second lien on receivables relating to the IAA claims (indemnity credits from a judicial process against the Brazilian Federal Government as successor to the Brazilian Institute of Sugar and Ethanol — IAA), according to a Moody’s note.