Focus shifts to THHE sukuk


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  • Saturday, 15 Oct 2016

AFTER bondholders rejected Perisai Petroleum Teknologi Bhd’s debt restructuring plan early this month, all eyes are now on cash-strapped TH Heavy Engineering Bhd (THHE). The oil and gas (O&G) fabricator, which has been hit by dwindling revenues since the fallout from the oil price crash, early this week sought to extend the maturity date of its debt papers by one year, from Sept 30, 2016 to Sept 29, 2017.

The debt papers in concern were a three-year sukuk murabahah of RM170mil issued in 2013 with a profit rate of 7% per year.

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