SG debt listings Wednesday: OCBC, Kyobo Life, Bangkok Bank, China Shandong Hi-Speed

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These are entities which announced debt listing confirmations in Singapore on Wednesday, 15 June 2022: Kyobo Life Insurance Co., China Shandong Hi-Speed Financial’s Coastal Emerald Ltd., Bangkok Bank’s Hong Kong branch and OCBC.

OCBC

OCBC said Wednesday its US$750 million 4.602 percent subordinated notes due 2032 (ISIN code: XS2490811168) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Thursday.

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 Singapore bank said in a filing to SGX.

Read more: OCBC prices US$750M 10-year notes

Bangkok Bank

Bangkok Bank‘s Hong Kong branch said Wednesday its US$750 million 4.3 percent fixed rate senior notes due 2027 (ISIN codes: US0600BAB80 and USY06072AE58) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Thursday.

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 Thai bank said in a filing to SGX.

Kyobo Life Insurance

Kyobo Life Insurance Co. said Wednesday its US$500 million 5.9 percent sustainability subordinated capital securities (ISIN codes: US501555AB29 and USY50800AA26) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Thursday.

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 insurer said in a filing to SGX.

Kyobo Life Insurance is a South Korean life insurance company, formerly called Daehan Kyoyuk Insurance.

Coastal Emerald

Coastal Emerald Ltd. said Wednesday its US$500 million 4.10 percent guaranteed green notes due 2025 (ISIN code: XS2480876254) would be listed on SGX’s bond market on Thursday.

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.

Coastal Emerald is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong-listed China Shandong Hi-Speed Financial Group (CSFG), which has businesses including asset management, asset trading, securities trading, money lending and financial leasing. State-owned infrastructure developer Shandong Hi-Speed Group (SDHS) holds around 43 percent of CSFG.