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Malaysia picks Mizuho, HSBC and Daiwa for US$1.83b Samurai bond


Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said on Friday the appointment was a result of six proposals that were shortlisted from 27 that were received by the ministry by Nov 2 last year.

Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said on Friday the appointment was a result of six proposals that were shortlisted from 27 that were received by the ministry by Nov 2 last year.

PUTRAJAYA: The government has appointed three banks as the joint lead arrangers to raise up to 200bil yen (RM7.527bil or US$1.83bil) Samurai bond in Japan.

The banks are Mizuho Bank (Malaysia) Bhd, HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd and Daiwa Capital Markets Ltd (in partnership with Affin Hwang Investment Bank).

Banking , Economy

   

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